The Bear of Very Little Brain and his friends from the Hundred-Acre Wood have delighted generations of children since Winnie-the-Pooh was first published in 1926. This anniversary edition of Winnie-the-Pooh is the perfect way to celebrate the enduring popularity of A. A. Milne's classic work. Three cheers for Pooh!
©2006 Michael John Brown, Peter Janson-Smith, Roger Hugh Vaughn Charles Morgan, and Thimothy Michael Robinson (P)2013 Listening Library
Really, really, really great. Not sure it's great for kids, honestly. I tried playing it for/with kids several times and they didn't really connect. But, I have now finally "read" all the Winnie the Pooh books. There's more to them than just kids stuff, honestly....
I, 50 year-old grandma, was taken back to the joys of sitting with my children. I thoroughly enjoyed this audio book. It's 10 books, I believe, and you can stop at book 1, or 2 etc... Great for in the car! This was a good pick.
Yes, the story is a classic and it was narrated very well. My kids loved it and even though my husband was dreading it ahead of time, he ended up not only liking it, but laughing out loud. The kids have never been so quiet on a road trip!
Maybe it's just me, but switching between narrators confuses me. I'm sure it's better for the story for people who are quite familiar with the story already.
I love Winnie the Pooh. My only complaint was the voice of Piglet. It was awful. Other than that I enjoyed it.
Winnie the Pooh
I listen at night before bed so I rarely listen to anything in one sitting.
Change Piglets voice
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