Publish date: October 1st 2001
Publisher: Dutton Juvenile
Pages no: 145
Edition language: English
Series: The Winnie-the-Pooh Series & 2 (#1)
Guided Reading Level: R This is a classic tale that brings in imagination and creativity. I would read this as an ongoing circle time book. I may give the opportunity to hold "reading buddies" while we read. Christopher Robin goes on many adventures with his friends learning about caring ,sharing,...
My spouse was unimpressed with my dalliance with the Moomins and insisted that I would be better served with The Wind in the Willows and with Winnie the Pooh. I read the former a couple of months ago, and now I've done Pooh. Well, it's charming and all the old stories I remember from when I was a ki...
"Et si quelqu'un sait quelque chose à propos de quelque chose, se dit Nounours, Hibou est le quelqu'un qui sait quelque chose à propos de quelque chose, dit-il, ou alors mon nom n'est pas Winnie l'Ourson, dit-il. Et c'est bien mon nom, ajouta-t-il. Donc, pas d'erreur."
I read this charming book for a class I am about to take on children's literature which includes The Hobbit, this book and others. I don't recall whether I read it as a child but it was a delight to read. Love Piglet and Pooh. I think the narrator of The Hobbit and this narrator must have been frie...
The stories in this collection were cute, but sometimes a little too cutesy for my tastes. But I can see how it could be enjoyable to share them with a child. I liked that the stories, though interrelated, were distinct from one another so that each could stand alone. I could imagine them being told...