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This book is full of gorgeous original Winnie the Pooh illustrations but the text has been shortened and modified slightly to make it more readable for modern audiences which is great. I adored Winnie the Pooh stories as a child but the original books are very long and wordy and not easy to read to my 2 year old. This book retains all the charm of the old stories but is nicely compact and tells a lovely simple story of friendship and kindness and good old fashioned Christmas spirit.
It’s a much smaller, thinner book than I had anticipated, and nothing like the jolly postman (there are no physical letters to take out and read) - the title can be a little misleading in this way so don’t get caught out!
I’ve never read Winnie-the-Pooh or any of A.A Milne’s books before but I’m familiar with the characters from the screen. So even though I hadn’t read the book before I felt like Pooh, Tiger, Rabbit, Eyeore, Piglet, Christopher Robin and the Hundred Acre Wood were dear old friends. It was a pleasure to read. The illustrations are quite sparse but lovely and of a high standard. I get why this book and other books are so popular.
I didnt read this as a child, now as an adult its very good. If i were a child i would want to read it in book form to look as the coloured illustrations and look back at the map. A must read for young and old.
Our grandaughter loves her story CDs but for some reason she hasnt taken to Winnie the Pooh. Maybe its because she wasnt familiar with the stories before she listened to the CD. Or they're too old for her? She's just 4.