By Logan, Felicity
As we begin to commemorate World War I, you will be considering material to display for your borrowers. How are you going to present the reality of war to youngsters? Try the Memoirs of a teddy-bear mascot! In an informative and not-too-demanding read for pre-teens or older . . .... let me introduce TEDDY KING, now aged 100! "T.K." belonged to a baby girl named Nancy.
He is a feisty veteran of WORLD WAR ONE, when Nancy's father was on Gallipoli and then commanded the Pioneer Battalion. Teddy King was his Stuffed Mascot. Nancy became a nurse, serving in WORLD WAR TWO in the Pacific. Teddy King went with her, and both returned safely. Can you imagine the tales T.K. can tell? Now both Nancy and T.K. are 100 years old and live in Otaki. It was time to write his official "Memoirs". The book has a spine and 108 pages with illustrations, historical photos, bibliography and list of websites.Read more
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