Publish date: October 1st 2001
Publisher: Dutton Juvenile
Pages no: 145
Edition language: English
Series: The Winnie-the-Pooh Series & 2 (#1)
"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...
A fun children's book. Good as a bedtime story.
First time reading this. I read the Tao of Pooh first for some bizarre reason. This and [a:Hans Christian Andersen|6378|Hans Christian Andersen|https://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1396920989p2/6378.jpg] seem to be children's stories an adult can enjoy.Really surprised at some of the comic twists in the ...