Yes, my daughter loved the stories!
My daughter loved when Paddington tries to paint his own room.
He has a nice mellow voice.
My daughter liked when the hair horse told the Velveteen Rabbit that he is real.
He was a good emotive reader.
I liked it, but my daughters enjoy stories and dramatic readings more. She didn't feel that the narrator read poetry in an interesting manner.
My daughter did like the story of Paul Revere's ride.
My seven year old adores the stories - and she definitely has a pretty good knowledge about the content of several Shakespeare plays now!
I love that my daughter begged for more!
My daughter loves the inflection - the tones and voices used by the narrator.
My daughter loved listening - it is one of her favorites because she loves all the different stories (she is seven).
Yes, definitely. The story was very funny and had great voices.
My kids loved when Piglet runs away from the pit because he thinks Pooh is a Heffalump!
My daughter likes it when Piglet thinks Tigger has too much energy with his energy medication!
My daughter loves when Eeyore takes Tigger home for thistles. Tigger thinks the bees are very hot!
The voice - my kids really disliked it.
A different reader. His laugh disturbed the kids.
My daughter liked all the trouble Paddington gets into.
My daughter loved the part where there was trouble on the escalator.
Yes. My daughter loved the stories.
Flower Fables, because they are both a set of stories. The Flower Fables doesn't have the morals though.
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