This is an autobiographical tale of a teddy bear named Otto.
Otto is a German-born teddy bear.
David and his best-friend Oskar always play with Otto, using him for pranks, games and even teaching him to type on a typewriter.
David decides to give his dear teddy bear to Oskar.
Many lonely days pass for Oskar and Otto.
The teddy bear is spotted by a soldier, but the moment the soldier picks Otto up, they are both shot through the chest.
Otto and the soldier, an American G.I., are taken away to a hospital.
In hospital, the soldier keeps Otto by his side.
The story makes papers and Otto becomes a mascot of the soldier's regiment.
The teddy bear is then taken to America and is given to a sweet girl called Jasmin, the soldier's daughter.
It is Oskar, Otto's old friend.
The story of Oskar, a German tourist and survivor of the war finding his teddy bear in America soon makes the papers.
And the day after Otto's picture appears in the paper, Oskar's telephone rings: it is his old friend David.
Otto now keeps himself busy, typing the story of his life on David's typewriter.