The Rupert Adventure Series was published approximately quarterly and ran from 1948 to 1963 at the cost of 1/- (5p).
The all card covered booklets were 250mm x 180 mm with 20 to 24 pages. The stories featured were mainly specially written for the series.
These were illustrated byAlfred Bestall and by Enid Ash and Alex Cubie with the heads of Rupert and chums sometimes filled in by Alfred Bestall. Enid Ash also illustrated most of the covers and Alex Cubie designed and detailed a number of the puzzles.
Similar in format to the Adventure Series, in 1973 Beaverbrook Newspapers Ltd produced two Adventure Books priced at 15p.
Have a look at some of the Adventure Series...
The Followers of Rupert Bear
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The 2021 AGM and Fun Day - Tavistock!
Held at an exciting new venue
As you will all know by now, Warwick School was not able to host our 2021 Event. Up stepped Charles Knape who as pulled out all the stops to organise an event for us at Kelly College in Tavistock.
It was an amazing success. Huge thanks to Charles. A full Review of the Day will appear in the Winter Nutwood Newsletter - but to be there and see the Rupert hot-air balloon inflated for what is likely to be the very last time was amazing. You can find a shorter review with photos and videos on this site. Look at the "Followers' AGM and Annual Fun Day" section below or just click here to go straight to the review.