A is for Algernon
B is for Bruno
C is for Chomondley
D is for Dreyfus
E is for Edward
S is for Scrap
P is for Pierre
Following the alphabet of cats,
Mark had found that he really enjoyed representing a collection of Teddy Bears with which his grand-children played when at their home. There were a large number calling for him to draw.
It was natural for him to then produce this
Alphabet of Bears.

See 'Books' page.
As with Alphabetacats, each letter features one of the Bears and is represented in a scene in which the objects begin with that particular letter of the Alphabet.
Therefore in 'A is for Algernon', we find him Abseiling down a rope from a wooden brick Arch, the rope being fixed to an AnchorAlgernon is in Africa with Acacia trees and an Amber sky with both an Airship and Aeroplane.
A dear little toy Anteater plods towards a pile on Apples and avoids the Antique vase. In the foreground are an Ant preserved naturally in Amber, an Agate pebble and some Asparagus spears.
T is for Teddy