He has written an astonishing 200 books, with 150 of them being about the marmalade-loving bear, with the first of them, A Bear called Paddington, published as long ago
The sounds of children chanting, as they bounce a ball in bays, They sing a song of long ago
, of all our yesterdays.
We all need cheering up these days and what better way to do this than recalling happy times from long ago
They seemed to think that we were down and out not that long ago
Philip Rooney: World Expo in Shanghai would have been unimaginable not that long ago
Old friend Mac Scott touched base with me not long ago
and told me of a new thing he's doing.
Summary: She did not leave school that long ago
, but Pixie Lott has been back to class in Essex to give pupils a music lesson.
2 : to stop existing <Dinosaurs disappeared long ago
Although the comments may have been made as long ago
as 1993, they were relevant to Spec-tor's state of mind, he said.
It's great to have some extra police support in the area, but it should have been here long ago
One obstacle to reform of the CIA is its culture, which long ago
became infected by the values of the Foreign Service, with which it shares quarters at American embassies throughout the world.
It wasn't long ago
that Joe Lockhart was Bill Clinton's affable, preternaturally composed press secretary.
As the intimate and inspiring tale of one man's incredible struggle to reconnect with three sisters he'd lost contact with so long ago
, Twilight People is very highly recommended reading and a welcome addition to any community library collection.
Superbly illustrated and authored by Warabe Aska, Tapicero Tap Tap is the colorful tale told by grandfather Tapicero Tap Tap to his grandchildren about his long ago
youth in a small Spanish village by the sea.
You'd think FAR AWAY & LONG AGO
would give insights into Hudson's childhood and life--and it does--but more importantly it recreates the history, culture and geography of Argentina in a way few travel books accomplish.