I really love Winnie the pooh so very much. Never get sick of listening to his book.
Not quite sure. Although I do love Wind in the Willows with toad, ratty and al the others.,
Also enjoy Peter Rabbit and all his adventures.
Though his reading of Winner the Pooh was absolute outstanding.
It made me laugh and laugh and laugh. It is such a funny book to read.
Wonderful, Marvellous. An all time favourite book.
Adult appreciation of one of the world's best books for children
Every scene in this book is much loved. No one outclasses another
Should be read by every Playstation player to make them human again.
Every time piglet says anything, he ends his sentence with a disgusting grunting noise. This was not in the book, and it is distracting and unpleasant to listen to. I'll be buying another version of this book.
I love the story. Pooh bear is iconic in childhood. My first three listened to this nearly every night. My 4th I just realized hasn't heard it yet. So I've downloaded this from our library and introduced it to my now 5 year old youngest child. He loves it! What's not to love! A curious bear that emulates every little child's curiosity!
I can not think of anyone else speaking for the voice of Pooh! Peter will forever be the voice of Winnie the Pooh for me!
This is such a classic story book. We own the actual book and movie, but still had to purchase the audio version. Absolutely loved it!
We have been listening to this book since Isabella was six months old and she still loves "Winnie Pooh."
According to the audiobook's introduction, Christopher Robin has said that Peter Dennis' reading is the best at bringing Pooh Bear to life. I do not remember the exact quote, but after listening to it it is easy to believe.
This is not merely a reading but an amazing performance. All of the different characters are performed with different voices and the noises of a country house in the background contribute to the effect that you are Christopher Robin listening to a story in your house near the Hundred Acre Wood.
Avid reader/listener of romance, action, thrillers, and spy novels.
Imaginative, classic, fun
Frog and Toad because it's got that old storytime feel to it. Love the classics.
My sons love this book, which is why I bought it. They like the narrator because he sounds like daddy.
Not completely. I missed the illustrations.This sweet book would be enhanced with a multimedia approach, and time to pause and enjoy. But the stories are timeless and Peter Dennis' reading delightful.
Yes, it is an excellent dramatic reading, except for the annoying snort when Piglet talks. Unfortunately, being so familiar with the stories since reading them to my own children decades ago, the dramatization does not match my own imagined voices. My personal preference would be to have a reading more in line with how a parent or grandparent would read to a child, certainly with expression and some animation, but more low key, but this is not how audio books are done.
How can one choose a best part of Winnie the Pooh. It is a wonderful, marvelous story.
Okay, I have to confess. I, grandmother that I am, listen to Winnie the Pooh at night when I cannot sleep. As soon as my grandson is old enough I will both read it to him and we will listen to the audio book together.