Winnie-the-Pooh is a Bear of Very Little Brain, but he has many good friends living in the Forest. There's Owl, Kanga, Roo, Eeyore, and Rabbit - and of course his two special friends, Piglet and Christopher Robin, who help him to hunt heffalumps and discover the North Pole....
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26 year old from Melbourne, Australia. Lit Nerd. Writer. Dreamer. Believer. Memory Keeper. Eternal Fangirl. Nerdfighter.
Definitely, Bernard Cribbins really brings Milne's characters alive, in a way that is different to the animated tv/movies we are used to, but not so different that they are unfamiliar. So far I have listened to it twice.
I think my favorite part of he book was when Piglet was trying to convince Kanga that he was not Roo.
Yes, I grew up with Bernard Cribbins and The Wombles. There is definitely a familiarity with the way he reads that comforts people of all ages.
"Just as it should be"
Bernard Cribbins is a story reading legend. He reads in such a way as to bring peace upon the household. The stories are just as they were written and have life and character breathed into them. Timeless
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