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Winnie-the-Pooh

Gelesen von Phil Chenevert

(4,894 Sterne; 52 Bewertungen)

Winnie the Pooh, the loveable little bear with a great big heart (and only a slightly less large appetite for honey), has fun and adventures in this book. All of the other residents of the 100 acre wood join in to help this happen. Rabbit, Piglet, Owl, Kanga and Roo and of course the every depressed Eeyore who manages to lose his tail somehow. But what more needs to be said except that it Christopher Robin and Pooh are here? Listen and enjoy. - Summary by phil chenevert (2 hr 54 min)

Chapters

INTRODUCTION

3:47

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IN WHICH WE ARE INTRODUCED TO WINNIE-THE-POOH AND SOME BEES, AND THE STORIES BE…

16:42

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IN WHICH POOH GOES VISITING AND GETS INTO A TIGHT PLACE

11:28

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IN WHICH POOH AND PIGLET GO HUNTING AND NEARLY CATCH A WOOZLE

9:06

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IN WHICH EEYORE LOSES A TAIL AND POOH FINDS ONE

11:56

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IN WHICH PIGLET MEETS A HEFFALUMP

19:34

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IN WHICH EEYORE HAS A BIRTHDAY AND GETS TWO PRESENTS

22:41

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IN WHICH KANGA AND BABY ROO COME TO THE FOREST, AND PIGLET HAS A BATH

22:14

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IN WHICH CHRISTOPHER ROBIN LEADS AN EXPOTITION TO THE NORTH POLE

23:52

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IN WHICH PIGLET IS ENTIRELY SURROUNDED BY WATER

18:30

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IN WHICH CHRISTOPHER ROBIN GIVES A POOH PARTY, AND WE SAY GOOD-BYE

14:39

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Bewertungen

First Review :)

(5 Sterne)

Winnie-the-Pooh is a timeless classic, and I'm glad that it's been recorded on LibriVox. The fact that this was posted so soon after Winnie-the-Pooh entered the public domain (1-2 weeks) shows how just how incredible these stories are. While Winnie-The-Pooh is predominantly for children, adults will certainly not find the humor lacking. It has aged very well, and despite being written way back in 1926; there is no racism whatsoever, and no sexist ideas. When he began writing this collection of (mis)adventures, Milne was beginning a masterpiece. In only a few short years (as of this writing), The House At Pooh Corner (another collection of Winnie-the-Pooh stories) will also be in the public domain, and I sincerely hope that Mr. Chenevert volunteers to read it, as he did this one. He is one of the best readers on LibriVox, and one of the quickest content-generators as well. Overall, a thoroughly wonderful recording, and this one will most certainly be earning a five-star review from me. Thank you, Mr. Chenevert!

great read for kids! ✨🤩

(5 Sterne)

This book is amazingly read and the voices the he makes my little cousins laugh so much! It’s so great of a audio book 📖 📻 ✨Winnie the Pooh is one of my all-time favorite and this just took it to another level!this gives me so many great memories✨🍀The quality of this book is so lit !!!🔥 (do I use to many emojis?😃🧡🌙)

amazing, amusing, adorable

(5 Sterne)

this reading is just perfect! and Pooh, of course, is full of humble wisdom and love that wins both small and grown children.

This super splendidly awesome I really enjoyed it

(5 Sterne)

It's really like the 2018 Disney Film Christopher Robin

excellent reading

(5 Sterne)

my kids always wanted listen. they were sad when it was over. Well done

I'm 9 and I approve this message and my houl family

(5 Sterne)