UNLIMITED PDF ↠ The House at Pooh Corner - by A.A. Milne Ernest H. Shepard

The House at Pooh Corner By A.A. Milne Ernest H. Shepard,

  • Title: The House at Pooh Corner
  • Author: A.A. Milne Ernest H. Shepard
  • ISBN: 9780525444442
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Winnie the Pooh, the Best Bear in All the World, has long been adored by readers young and old In this beautiful full color gift edition of The House at Pooh Corner, Ernest H Shepard s classic illustrations have been painstakingly hand colored An exquisite volume and the perfect gift for any occasion, this book is as vivid and charming as the beloved characters fromWinnie the Pooh, the Best Bear in All the World, has long been adored by readers young and old In this beautiful full color gift edition of The House at Pooh Corner, Ernest H Shepard s classic illustrations have been painstakingly hand colored An exquisite volume and the perfect gift for any occasion, this book is as vivid and charming as the beloved characters from the Hundred Acre Wood.
    The House at Pooh Corner Winnie the Pooh the Best Bear in All the World has long been adored by readers young and old In this beautiful full color gift edition of The House at Pooh Corner Ernest H Shepard s classic illustr

    One thought on “The House at Pooh Corner”

    1. Piglet sidled up to Pooh from behind Pooh he whispered Yes, Piglet Nothing, said Piglet, taking Pooh s paw I just wanted to be sure of you I will forever be in love with these books The sweetness and melancholy get me every single time I don t know where Milne takes all the beautiful words, the laughing out loud humor and the ideas from I am in awe.Find of my books on Instagram

    2. Winnie the Pooh and the Cocktail Party Hi I m Vikki Sorry, what did you say your name was So noisy in here you can t hear a thing Ed Got it Nice to meet you, Ed What Oh, I m a model Glamor Thanks Well, if you ve walked past the men s magazine section this week, then you will have Front cover of Loaded Really Hey, that s sweet No, I mean it You re really nice Oh, alright then Would you believe it, stockings and a honey pot That was it Yes, I do actually Love it Have it for breakfast every morning [...]

    3. Celebrity Death Match ReviewSemi Final Match Winnie the Pooh vs HamletBSI Rep So, the Hundred Acre Wood Corporation has applied for ISO 9000 certification Would you like to present your company, in terms of its aims and target market 100 Acre Wood CEO Yes, indeed Thank you for this opportunity For nearly a century now we have provided children and their parents with one of the most essential tools towards abstract thinking, emotional hygiene, social empathy and creativity Let me bring those wide [...]

    4. So beautifully and so simply written deceptively so by A.A Milne and exquisitely illustrated by E.H Shepard initially black white line drawings and later colour washed by Shepard himself These are the stories of a boy and his bear, his world and all the wonderful characters that inhabit that world 100 Acre Wood, his childhood and ultimately the passing of that childhood What could have been especially considering the era in which they were written a particularly twee, sickly sweet and very dated [...]

    5. Lovely.I was shocked by how melancholy the book allowed itself to become at the end And how much that melancholy affected me, but as far as I m concerned A little boy and his bear will always be playing Might be the most hopeful line to end a book in the English language.

    6. I m so happy that I picked up this series These books have been so much fun to read and I ll for sure be rereading very soon

    7. It was with much apprehension that I started this after all, my initial impression Winnie the Pooh as it is in Disney is vastly different from this book In fact, I don t think I would have even picked up the book, had a friend not recommended it to me And I m very glad she did.I m surprised by how sad but realistic the end of this book was with Christopher Robin growing up and everyone realizing he s leaving the Forest, that wonderful place where only one with enough imagination can go It made m [...]

    8. There are some days when I ve had enough of the world and need to escape to the Hundred Acre Wood with my friends Winnie the Pooh and Piglet These are the original stories and illustrations If you re a fan of Winnie the Pooh but haven t read this yet, I highly recommend it Children and adults alike will love these grand adventures My Rating 5 stars

    9. i have always loved Winnie the Poohter all who couldn t a bunch of animals each with a different and captivating personality their outlook of the world, their adventures and beliefsare all bound to make me laugh, cry and wonder and the same time.when i picked this up from the library, i only thought of getting reacquainted with my childhood heroes i never thought it was possible to fall in love with book.i am in tears this book is everything

    10. 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 into being allowed to keep the copyright longer than was their legal right And you know why they did that Of course it is because everybody loves Winnie Try this, if you don t believe me Offer the copyright to [...]

    11. Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC s Big Read Poll of 2003.Very endearing and much thorough than the previous wonder, but still not as magical as I d always been led to believe.Blog Instagram Twitter Pinterest Shop Etsy

    12. I had a deprived childhood Ahhh I did not read any of the Winnie the Pooh stories until I came across this recording the companion recording of Winnie the Pooh until I bought them for my daughter when I was in my 40s It s the only story which has brought me close to crashing the car Driving through the Lake District I heard the the Pooh sticks story as Eyeore floats under the bridge It s difficult to see dry stone walls, cry laughing uncontrollably, and keep control of a car on tight bends all a [...]

    13. Rating 5 5Ce nebunie s nu fi citit p n acum Ursuletul Winnie Puh Casuta din strada Puh scris de minunatul autor Milne O nebunie curat pentru c o astfel de carte nu este doar pentru pitici ci i pentru tineri i chiar pentru adul ii i b tr nii care doresc s i aminteasc cu pl cere de zilele copil riei in minte c o prieten de a mea avea o carte veche cu ursule ul Winnie Puh i o r sfoisem i chiar citisem din ea dar cu grij c i se cam destr mau paginile vechi i pline de istorie Nu mi mai amintesc sigur [...]

    14. One day when Pooh Bear had nothing else to do, he thought he would do something, so he went round to Piglet s house to see what Piglet was doing.Last January, I read and reviewed Winnie the Pooh It was a reread, as is House at Pooh Corner, an indulgence, too, if you will Milne s characters Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, Rabbit, Owl, Tigger, Kanga, Roo, even Rabbit s friends and relations like Small are endearing They re not just characters in a book, they re friends And visiting with these particular fri [...]

    15. I never had read the orginal Pooh books, so decided I should.To quote from the back cover Private research has convinced us that few people in responsible positions in society today have got to their eminence without the influence of Pooh The Christian Science MonitorAnd The House at Pooh Corner is home to one of my most favorite Pooh quotes which I collected from somewhere other than the book, I guess Piglet sidled up to Pooh from behind Pooh he whispered Yes, piglet Nothing, said Piglet, takin [...]

    16. You don t need me to recommend this book to you I just can t in good faith begin making my profile on a site about books and about me as a reader without acknowledging this work of genius The world would be a better place if everyone could read this book and let themselves love it.

    17. I ve always loved Pooh Bear and always will When everyone got into Snoopy, I was still crazy for Winnie the Pooh.

    18. Gentle and sweet and sprinkled with unexpected wisdom or should I say, wisdom from unexpected sources I grew up on the animated New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, but back then I of course didn t see how the characters fit definite personality types that was fun to track while reading Milne for the first time Also the layers of wordplay and wit are delightful All in all, I was going to give this a strong four stars until the last story, at which point I cried for Christopher Robin and Pooh and e [...]

    19. I love this book.I thought I would find those famous quotes here But I only noticed one when Piglet asked Pooh to make sure it was him I wonder if there are another books after this one.

    20. Oh this book is so wonderful, and somehow poignant and the end melancholy, too, than the first I laughed out out loud several times.Eeyore s surliness shines If anybody wants to clap, said Eeyore when he had read this, now is the time to do it They all clapped Thank you, said Eeyore Unexpected and gratifying, if a little lacking in Smack And features one of my most favorite Pooh dialogues There s a thing called Twy stymes, he said Christopher Robin tried to teach it to me once, but it didn t Wh [...]

    21. such a great book i still find it endearing and funny my favorite is in which pooh invents a game and eeyore joins in or something to that effect even better than the also fantasticWinnie the Pooh.i can t stand what disney did to these characters, especially tigger, who became an obnoxious, bouncy, chester cheeto looking cartoon cat read the book and see the illustrations he bounces because he is a kitten, not because he is a freak of nature and under no circumstances does he bounce pogo style o [...]

    22. Oh the adorable ness of Winnie the Pooh Such a wonderful story Note I listened to this on audiobook and let me tell you, the narrator s Tigger voice TOO FLIPPING FUNNY I was laughing so hard Well worth it just to listen to that part D

    23. Still lovable plus I m so old that I cry at the end Milne manages to be sweet and capture bits of childhood imaginative play without being twee or crass.

    24. Another smile inducing whimsy quirky little tale of a bear, and a piglet, and an owl, and a kanga, and her roo, and an Eeyore, and a rabbit, and now a Tigger If you need something silly to disconnect to, this is a lovely book Yes, yes, I know it s meant for kids, but that s a silly things adults say when they forget that the main purpose of a book is enjoyment These set of tales are as nonsensical as they are sweet and what is curious is that with every character, there was at least one point wh [...]

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *