Had this book in my Audible library. Not sure why I bought it, maybe for future grandkids; but in going through my library, I decided to load it on my MP3 player and listen to it. Thoroughly enjoyed the book and brought a big smile to my face.
Mother, knitter, reader, lifelong learner, technical writer, former library assistant & hematologist.
This reread of a childhood favorite was a nice return to the Winnie the Pooh stories, as A.A. Milne wrote them and before they were "Disney-fied". The 100 Aker Wood and its inhabitants are well worth visiting, for both children and adults. I personally could have done without the snorting in Piglet's speech, as I just found it irritating and distracting.
I would certainly recommend this book to a friend with young children. The stories are sweet and charming, and easy to understand. The accent is not difficult for young children to understand.
The voice of Pooh is adorable and believable. I love the charming phrases he uses.
When Pooh thinks he looks like a dark cloud. It reminds me of how children believe they are the character they dress up to be.
The narrator does an incredible job of bringing each character to life. Piglet is hysterical.