Rupert Bear Index
There were 50 titles published in the Rupert Adventure series, starting in September 1948 and ending in June 1963. All were pictorial cardwrap booklets, with all but three featuring two Rupert stories, with differing puzzles.View Series
A collection of 7 books featuring the popular Rupert Bear.
The 1950 edition originally had 200 cut-outs but was later reprinted with just 120 cut-outs.
There were 46 titles in the original Rupert Little Bear Library series published between 1928 and 1936 by Sampson Low, Marston and Co.
These distinctive books had yellow boards which were illustrated with black pictures and titles. The books were undated and pages were not numbered.View Series
This series of Rupert Little Bear Library books was available only at Woolworth stores, published between 1973 - 1975.
The series is basically reprints of the pre-war series, although the covers are illustrated yellow laminate boards.View Series
A character almost everyone is familiar with is Rupert Bear. Rupert is immensely collectable today and in particular the early annuals are very sought after. Although the first Rupert annual was published in 1936, Rupert Bear was actually created 16 years previously in 1920.
A lot has happened in the life of Rupert Bear since he was purchased from the Daily Express in 2005 by the family entertainment business, Entertainment Rights, for six million pounds. As well as a new home, Rupert has acquired a new look, new chums and a TV programme all of his own.View Article
Great excitement in Nutwood! Saturday August 26th 2006 was the date of the 23rd annual meeting of the Followers of Rupert Bear.View Article
The 25th Annual Meeting of the Followers of Rupert held on August 23rd was the highlight of 2008 for the hundreds of Rupert Bear fans who gathered in Warwick to celebrate this special event. View Article
A great day to be had by all!
To give you a taster here are some more pictures from the Followers of Rupert Annual General Meeting 2009.View Article
It was that time of year again... the last Saturday of August (Bank Holiday weekend) and The Followers of Rupert AGM. Every year, Stella & Rose's Books make a pilgrimage to Warwick with all our Rupert stock in tow. This year was no exception.
Why's Rupert Bear at Warwick School? He's never there as a rule Once a year it's that day When all his Followers come to play 200 friends from far and wide Are there to be at Rupert's side.View Article
The Followers of Rupert Weekend 24th & 25th August 2012
The ‘Rupert Fair’ has become a pleasurable annual event for Stella & Rose’s Books.View Article
The Bard slept soundly in his grave
But saw in dream a friendly wave
What can that be that comes this way
He says to wife Anne HathawayView Article
Who has not heard of Rupert Bear? Resplendent in red jersey and bright yellow check trousers, Rupert is as popular today as he ever was.
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