The Complete Tales of Winnie-the-Pooh Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-09-21 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" 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.

"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.
" said.

"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.
" said.

"I recently saw the film "Goodbye, Christopher Robin," and it inspired me to finally sit down and read this gem of a book. Unlike my husband who had it read to him every night when he was little, I never had it read to me, nor read it to myself. I'm not sure why --- perhaps my age --- there was renewed interest into Winnie the Pooh when Disney got the rights, so maybe that had something to do with it. Anyway, I thoroughly enjoyed reading it, remembering, of course, that I'm not the demographic to be reading it ---- or am I? The book is so well done, dealing with chasing Woozles and Heffalumps, throwing parties for Eyeore, saving Baby Roo in the water, and finally honoring Pooh at a big party for helping his friends. All the while, the book is also introducing all the fine characters that live in 100-Acre Wood. I found myself re-reading several times because I wasn't paying as much attention as i should have been doing while reading, to catch the irony or humor that probably would only be caught by adults --- so Milne was way ahead of time in putting little precious moments in his kids' books for adults READING to the kids can enjoy as well! This truly is a gem, if you haven't gotten a chance to read it before. Thanks to that wonderful movie for inspiring me to do this activity!" 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.

" 2017: Read to my younger daughters (age 7 & 5) - on reflection slightly too old for them I think, but fun to read together.2010 Reading: Read with oldest daughter (age 5) each night over the course of a few months. She loved it, and so did I actually! This sort of timeless children's book is rewarding for a grown up reader too. " said.

"I read Winnie-the-Pooh for the first time when I was 21 years old and thought it was one of the most funny, sweet and endearing books I have read thus far. I believe Winnie-the-Pooh to be a book that can be enjoyed by both adults and children for completely different reasons. As a 21 year old, I noticed the sometimes sarcastic but, in my opinion, hilarious tone of A.A. Milne's writing, something a child might not notice. I think it is written very cleverly and that Milne has created a beautiful fantasy world. " said.

September 2018 New Book:

You Maybe Interested In Other Reviews:

Hot Search:

bear books for children    comics online    children craft making    christmas books for children    discount baby boutique clothing    crocodile egyptian god    toronto book    bargainbooks    top romantic book    short stories free online    infant books    free short stories online for kids    animals and their kids    cheap books    free online short stories for adults    kids comic stories    simple craft activities for children    university of chicago summer camps for kids    free comics online    fun facts about endangered animals for kids