Pu baut ein Haus
Publish date: May 1996
Publisher: Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag
Pages no: 173
Edition language: Deutsch
, Young Adult
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Childrens Classics
, Picture Books
Series: The Winnie-the-Pooh Series & 2 (#2)
There is not much to say about this book that I did not already say in my review of Winnie-the-Pooh. This is more of the same, with short stories that mostly stand alone and could have easily been included with the others in a thicker volume. This book sees the introduction of Tigger, and I enjoyed ...
Czasami jest tak, że człowiek - pomimo swej dorosłości - ma ochotę na nowo stać się dzieckiem. Czuć jak dziecko, bawić się jak dziecko, myśleć jak dziecko. A wreszcie - niczym się nie przejmować. Dokładnie tak jak dziecko. Jednak doskonale wiemy, że jest to rzecz niemożliwa do wykonania. Nie da się ...
I would say that this follow up to Winnie the Pooh is only slightly less delightful than its predecessor, but it is still very, very good. Namely, we are introduced to Tigger and the game of Poohsticks. I am not certain how I have lived my life up until now without knowing about Poohsticks. Although...
Thank you, thank you, thank you Mom for reading to us.I love these stories. I love the way Milne writes directly to children, with subtle wit they can appreciate as they get older.Even if this is my least favorite of the four, it's still a favorite, and still worth five stars.
For the final of Celebrity Death Match.Some basic facts about Winnie the Pooh and the Divine Comedy.(1) Have you ever tried looking up Winnie on project Gutenberg? You find that Dante gets a few thousand hits and Winnie gets none. NONE!!! And you know why? Because Disney bullied Congress years ago i...
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