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The Complete Tales of Winnie-the-Pooh Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-06-16 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:0525457232
LANGUAGE: English

" Delightful review of play, creativity and friends. " said.

" My favorite part of reading this was my daughter’s little voice reading Eeyore’s lines. Lots of wisdom tied up in these characters. " said.

" "Poetry and Hums aren't things which you get, they're things which get you. And all you can do is to go where they can find you" ---A.A. Milne. " said.

" This is such a charming, sweet, funny, and timeless collection of stories about the adventures of characters in the hundred acre wood. My favorite characters are Pooh, Piglet, and Eeyore. I love Ernest Shepherd's illustrations. The bittersweet ending always makes me cry. It is a sad fact that we all have to grow up, but this book can remind us of the magical thinking our childhoods possessed. " said.

" "-Какво най-много обичаш да правиш на този свят, Пух?Това, което най-много обичам на този свят, е аз и Прасчо да дойдем да те видим и ти да ни кажеш: "Какво ще кажете за нещо малко?", и аз да кажа: "Не бих имал нищо против, а ти, Прасчо?", и вън да е ден за тананикане и птичките да пеят" Мечо Пух " said.

"I didn't read this as a child, but I remember watching the cartoon a lot (and I always loved Pooh and Tigger). We decided to read this with our 5 year old chapter by chapter, and we really enjoyed the shenanigans all of the characters got themselves into. Pooh often calls himself a bear with no brain, but he seems pretty inventive and clever to me. More than once I laughed at something he said or rhymed, and my daughter loved the beautiful artwork that accompanies each story. I really appreciate that each chapter is an entire story, because it made it easier for a 5 year old to pay attention to throughout its entirety." said.

"The World of Pooh is a series of short stories about life in the Hundred Acre Wood.

Gavin read this to Alice and I thought that I'd read it myself since I am a general fan of Winnie the Pooh. I found myself falling asleep rather quickly as I was reading this, but I suspect it has more to do with the season I read this in than with the content of the book. In general the stories are sweet, gentle ones. I was interested that certain characters appear over time (if I recall, Tigger doesn't even come on the scene until the second book). I was surprised that Eeyore was much more ascerbic and mean than he is portrayed in Disney's version.
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"I realized that my son had no idea who Winnie the Pooh was, though he’s had a Pooh Bear night light his whole life. Though I didn’t remember liking Pooh much, I decided that we needed to remedy the situation, and checked out The World of Winnie-the-Pooh from the library (the first two books together). Charlie and Eleanor both loved it. I loved it. My husband loved it (he came up at bedtime to hear the stories, too, if he could).

I don't know why I didn't like Pooh before. My best guess is that I never actually read the books as a kid (I know, I know), and was relying on either the Disney movie from the 1960s (still pretty good - we also got the DVD from the library), or the Disney cartoon series and specials (nah) my brother watched when he was little and I was a teenager to inform my opinions. In which case, I was too cool for Pooh Bear or any other little kid stuff. I had cool teenager things to do.

This is a particularly fun book to read out loud, especially if you try to do character voices.
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