Winnie The Pooh: And The House At Pooh Corner (The Complete Collection Of Stories)

Winnie The Pooh And The House At Pooh Corner The Complete Collection Of Stories Here s where Pooh s adventures all began Published in this is the original Winnie the Pooh with illustrations by Ernest H Shepard Beginning with Winnie the Pooh and Some Bees here are ten class

  • Title: Winnie The Pooh: And The House At Pooh Corner (The Complete Collection Of Stories)
  • Author: A.A. Milne Ernest H. Shepard
  • ISBN: 9781405202015
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Here s where Pooh s adventures all began Published in 1926, this is the original Winnie the Pooh with illustrations by Ernest H Shepard Beginning with Winnie the Pooh and Some Bees, here are ten classic tales featuring the whole gang Pooh, Piglet, Rabbit, Eeyore, Owl, Kanga, Little Roo, and Christopher Robin Rmember when Pooh visits Rabbit and gets into a tight plaHere s where Pooh s adventures all began Published in 1926, this is the original Winnie the Pooh with illustrations by Ernest H Shepard Beginning with Winnie the Pooh and Some Bees, here are ten classic tales featuring the whole gang Pooh, Piglet, Rabbit, Eeyore, Owl, Kanga, Little Roo, and Christopher Robin Rmember when Pooh visits Rabbit and gets into a tight place as he attempts to enter Rabbit s house Remember Eeyore s very eventful birthday party Piglet s water filled rescue The beloved stories are all here, as A.A Milne wrote them than 70 years ago.

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    1. I got to rediscover the 100 Acre Wood with my youngest sister. <3 Here's what we thoughtOur ReviewWe love it! It was the little sister’s first time hearing a lot of the stories. We like the relationship of Pooh and Christopher Robin and all the others and all the others. It was funny how all the animals sign their names because they can’t spell. We’ve played Pooh sticks before. Eeyore was actually really funny like how sarcastic he was. We cried at the end.My ReviewTo tell the truth, I [...]

    2. When I read this book I wished I someone had read it out to me when I was a child. I enjoyed it a lot and if I should ever have children of my own I will definitely read it out to them. While reading I so often thought: This is sooo cute! And it is funny. And entertaining and a lot more too.What I probably liked most about these books is that during the read I could feel like a child again - curious, sorrow-less and pure. My favorite part is from the end of Winnie-The-Pooh when Pooh gets a prese [...]

    3. I was in the "I don't like Winnie-the-pooh" camp until I picked up an abridged version of this book, I was surprised at how different the characters and the storyline were to the Disney version.Then I found this book in a second-hand bookstore for $4. To be honest the abridged version was better. I hate saying that, but the writing in this book is very confusing to follow. The opening section was quite boring and it took me (as an adult) a bit of time to figure out who was saying what and what w [...]

    4. Get your paws on the British audiobook version if you can. Voices by Judy Dench, Geoffrey Palmer, Stephen Fry, Jane Horrocks and a few other great people. The voices are fantastic and really bring life to the story. Loved it. :)

    5. I was sold with the first sentence: "Winnie the Pooh lived under the name of Sanders." This with a picture of Pooh seated on a bench outside his home, with "Sanders" on a sign above his door. I laughed out loud. If you never read this book, it's time you took a second look, to laugh at all the jokes that are written for the adult reading to the child.

    6. This was probably one of the cutest little books I've ever read in my life. The final story in The House at Pooh Corner made my heart hurt, but in a good way. Can't wait to read this to my kids!

    7. I don't believe I had ever read the entire World of Pooh book. I grew up with the Disney versions of the movies/tv shows and I know we had a quite a few Pooh books around, but I don't think we ever read through the entire collection. I decided it was about time I did just that, and I was not at all disappointed. What a great series full of cute, inspirational and funny quips for both children and adults. I highly recommend this for both adults and children. It just warms your heart and breaks it [...]

    8. So special!! These stories are so much fun to read. They are silly, imaginative, inciteful and laugh out loud fun to read. I think I enjoyed them more as an adult than many children do. The English authors seem to have such a wonderful way with words. Read them to your children or read them yourself just for the fun of it!!

    9. Read this out loud to your kids again and again and again. And then again.Skip any Disney manifestation that doesn't solely quote the books.(And Pooh has a growly voice, not a voice like an elderly cat.)

    10. Beautiful. I loved rereading these stories, and surprisingly it was the older daughter who connected with the characters (and the gags) more so than the younger. Very pleased to have been able to read it aloud. Classic for a reason!!

    11. The dramatisation of this in the UK Audible version is excellent. All star cast, and really brings it to life. Whatever your age!

    12. The adventures of Christopher Robin, Winnie-the-Pooh, and all their friends in this story Forest around Pooh Corner. "This is an example of a sequel in which there seems to be no letdown, and from all sides I catch echoes of most joyous reaction to it." -New York Herald Tribune, 1928It goes from character to character. Each chapter is about one of the characters. FOr example one of them is In which Tigger Comes to the Forest and his Breakfast. That one was my favorite! The way the book flows is [...]

    13. Reading books from my bookshelf, in this case the 1957 edition (without dust jacket, sadly) given and inscribed to me by my grandmother for my fifth birthday. For this reason I love it. I do still like it as a story, though it's better for dipping into than reading straight through, at least at my age. I've met the real-life counterparts of Pooh, Piglet, Rabbit, Owl, et al and while I'm sure that a parent reading to a child would enjoy the book on another level, and although we love our dear one [...]

    14. I have always read snippets of Winnie-the-Pooh in Golden Books I bought for my 3 children, but until this year, I had never read the entire story of Pooh and the House at Pooh Corner. While visiting my son, daughter-in-law and one of my Grands after the New Year started, my son suggested that I might find it enjoyable. It didn't take long for me to be totally hooked on it and I read it in about 3 days while I was there. What a sweet story and such a sweet book to begin 2017. We are never too old [...]

    15. This book took me back to my childhood as it was one of my favourite books when i was younger. A great book for younger children and also for adults to refer back to their childhood.

    16. This was a wonderful book and the author did a great job with it I read it to my 9 year disabled brother and he loved it laughed too A.A.Milne did a great job

    17. was a good read i love poo books i live near poo corner and visit it most summers to play poo sticks off poo bridge hundred acher woods is in sussex very nice to visit

    18. How fun it was to read (or in my case, listen) to Winnie the Pooh once again after all these years!

    19. What a beautiful depiction of inclusiveness, community, and friendship, filled with Milne's wonderful wit!

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