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by A. A. Milne,Ernest H. Shepard,Stephen Krensky

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  • ISBN 0142500089
  • ISBN13 978-0142500088
  • Language English
  • Author A. A. Milne,Ernest H. Shepard,Stephen Krensky
  • Publisher Puffin (April 14, 2003)
  • Pages 48
  • Formats mobi docx doc azw
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Literature and Fiction
  • Size ePub 1122 kb
  • Size Fb2 1799 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 370

While playing a game of Poohsticks at the edge of the Hundred Acre Wood, Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends are surprised to see Eeyore floating in the river.

A A Milne, Dr Stephen Krensky, Ernest H Shepard.

A A Milne, Dr Stephen Krensky, Ernest H Shepard.

There are six easy-to-read titles from two publishers

There are six easy-to-read titles from two publishers. I bought them to read to my . yr old before bed. We've read the whole original Winnie the Pooh, but at this age she really wants to start AND finish a story all in one sitting, which is pretty impossible with the full chapter book. just in condensed form.

Автор: Milne A. A. Название: Pooh Invents a New Game (Puffin Easy-To-Read) Издательство: Puffin . Paired with the perfectly suited drawings of Ernest H. Shepard, . Milne's classic story continues to captivate children of all ages.

Paired with the perfectly suited drawings of Ernest H.

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Pooh Invents A New Game book. Adapted by Stephen Krensky. Pooh invents a new game and everyone tries to play Pooh Sticks and win over everyone else. Illustrated by Ernest H. Shepard.

Series: Easy-to-Read, Puffin. Publisher: Puffin (April 14, 2003). When I went to introduce my preschooler to Winnie-the-Pooh, I bought the big book with the complete stories and poems. It didn't take long for me to figure out that it wasn't quite right for my 3-year-old. Reading a story out of the original works takes a good 15-20 minutes, which is more than one can really expect from a preschooler or toddler. Also, the original Pooh is a bit like Sesame Street, in that there are phrases and indeed entire sections of the stories that adults will find amusing but which will just go over a child's head.

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Generations of children have grown up on Winnie the Pooh's adventures with his forest friends. These sparkling audio adaptations of . Stephen Krensky, Ernest H. Little Bear (I Can Read Level 1).

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So Winnie-the-Pooh went off to find Eeyore’s tail

So Winnie-the-Pooh went off to find Eeyore’s tail. It was a fine spring morning in the Forest as he started out. Little soft clouds played happily in a blue sky, skipping from time to time in front of the sun as if they had come to put it out, and then sliding away suddenly so that the next might have his turn. Through them and between them the sun shone bravely; and a copse which had worn its firs all the year round seemed old and dowdy now beside the new green lace which the beeches had put on so prettily

Pooh Invents a New Game.

Pooh Invents a New Game. Puffin Easy-To-Read Level 2. authors. 1. Pooh Invents a New Game Alan Alexander Milne, Ernest H. Shepard (Illustrator/-in) Dutton Children's Books, 1992 . Shepard (Illustrator/-in) Dutton Juvenile, 1991 . Pooh Invents a New Game Alan Alexander Milne Methuen Children's Books, 1991 .

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Dilmal
When I went to introduce my preschooler to Winnie-the-Pooh, I bought the big book with the complete stories and poems. It didn't take long for me to figure out that it wasn't quite right for my 3-year-old. Reading a story out of the original works takes a good 15-20 minutes, which is more than one can really expect from a preschooler or toddler. Also, the original Pooh is a bit like Sesame Street, in that there are phrases and indeed entire sections of the stories that adults will find amusing but which will just go over a child's head.

And yet, I didn't want to break down and go the route of the Disney-fied Pooh books, with their cartoonish illustrations and watered-down plots and characters.

That's why I was so pleased to find the Easy-to-Read series. There are six easy-to-read titles from two publishers. They are:

Winnie-the-Pooh and Some Bees
Pooh Goes Visiting
Eeyore Has a Birthday
Tigger Comes to the Forest
Christopher Robin Leads an Expedition
Pooh Invents a New Game

Each book is based on one chapter from the complete works. These little books are divided into four chapters, although it should be no problem to read one from start to finish in one sitting.

The print is large and well spaced, and there are ample illustrations (the original drawings by E.H. Shepard) on every page spread to keep little eyes engaged in the story. Most important, the editor has removed most of the passages that aren't so kid friendly and has simplified the stories without giving them a Disney style candy coating. One could read the original story and then the easy-to-read version and get the same basic plot; when going from the Milne works to the Disney versions, the same is certainly not true.

I didn't give these books five stars because the editor retained some language and dialogue that may be a bit confusing for children in the intended age range. Nevertheless, these books are a wonderful introduction to a classic cast of characters for the preschool set.
Nicearad
[This is a review of the Hodder/Headline audiocassette version] I learned to read by listening (again and again and again and again) to a pair of well-loved and well-worn LPs of the Pooh stories read by Maurice Evans. I always considered them the finest Pooh audiobooks ever recorded. Up until now! Now there's this wonderful series of fully-dramatized adventures of Pooh featuring a brilliant cast of wonderful British actors: Stephen Fry ("Jeeves and Wooster") as Pooh, Geoffrey Palmer ("The Madness of King George") as Eeyore, Judy Dench ("Shakespeare in Love") as Kanga...and best of all, the *incomparable* Jane Horrocks ("Little Voice" and Bubbles from "AbFab") as a squeaky, alarmed, and altogether adorable Piglet. You don't have to be a kid to appreciate these fine recordings (and there are plenty of adult Pooh fans out there who will *love* these versions). Accept no substitutes: this is simply the finest Pooh audio series yet created, beating by a *far* distance the Alan Bennett and (ugh!) Charles Kuralt versions. There's more than just this one tape in the series, too. The series includes "Tigger Comes to the Forest" (ISBN: 1840322195); "Piglet Meets a Heffalump" (ISBN: 1840320524) and "Pooh Invents a New Game" (ISBN: 1840322268). Type the 10-digit ISBN number into the Amazon search field to go directly to the webpages for these cassettes.
kolos
This amazing dramatization of the Pooh books is performed by a marvelously talented group of British entertainers who truly bring the Pooh characters gently and lovingly to life. As for this tape, I finally got this figured out. This is part of a four-tape program that represents the complete two-book Winnie-the-Pooh story collection, except the stories are out of order (probably so that they would fit equally on the tapes). Book 1, "Winnie-the-Pooh," is represented by "Pooh Goes Visiting" (stories in order: 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 10) and "Piglet Meets a Heffalump" (stories: 5, 6, 7, 8). Book 2, "The House at Pooh Corner," is dramatized by "Tigger Comes to the Forest" (stories in order: 1 2, 4, 3, 9, 10) and "Pooh Invents a New Game" (stories 5, 6, 7, 8). When stories that depend on previous information are out of order, it gets confusing. My suggestion: Get the "Winnnie-the-Pooh" / "The House at Pooh Corner" gift pack, which is also four tapes (the same recordings), but in the proper order.