From the Carnegie Medal-winning author of Marnie Wasn't There, Joan G. Robinson, comes the beloved children's character, Teddy Robinson, who has been enchanting readers since his first appearance in 1953. Illustrated with the author's original black line illustrations, Teddy Robinson meets Father Christmas and other stories is a heartwarming collection of tales that will appeal to fans old and new.
Join Teddy Robinson as he has goes to the fair, meets Father Christmas and plays babysitter. He's sometimes rather shy and sometimes a bit of a show-off - but with his love of rhymes and his great imagination, Teddy Robinson is the best friend any child could have.
Joan G. Robinson was trained as an illustrator and began writing her own stories in 1939. Over thirty of her books were published before her death in 1988, including the Carnegie Medal-winning When Marnie Wasn't There. Her most enduring character, Teddy Robinson, first appeared in 1953. This collection of stories has been selected by the author's daughter Deborah - star of the books and owner of the real Teddy Robinson.