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Publisher Description

POOH GOES VISITING and other stories
Story 1
In which we are introduced

Story 2 In which Pooh goes visiting and gets into a tight place

Story 3 In which Pooh and Piglet go hunting and nearly catch a Woozle

Story 4 In which Eeyore loses a tail and Pooh finds one

Story 5 In which Piglet is entirely surrounded by water

Story 6 In which Christopher Robin gives a Pooh Party, and we say good-bye

PIGLET MEETS A HEFFALUMP and other stories
Story 1 In which Piglet meets a Heffalump

Story 2 In which Eeyore has a birthday and gets two presents

Story 3 In which Kanga and Baby Roo come to the forest, and Piglet has a bath

Story 4 In which Christopher Robin leads an exploration to the North Pole

Kids & Young Adults
Stephen Fry
hr min
September 22
Listening Library

Customer Reviews

Molly Kathleen ,

winnie the pooh

i love this story(s) very much. the fact that there are many different narroraters was very confusing to me. besides thaqt, i would suggest this book

larry_ren ,

So fun

I originally found this on YouTube several years ago and would listen to it while working. I love Pooh so much and know the stories so well that the noise keeps me entertained and awake, but also can be easily drowned out if I’m concentrating. When I first listed, the voices seemed weird because I’m so used to Sterling Holloway’s sweet rendition of Pooh. But it’s really grown on me. I love the background noises, Pooh singing to the piano, and the voice of Tigger. The production quality is excellent and really paints a full picture. Absolutely perfect!

shadowpixy ,

Love Milne, Pooh, Eeyore; want to throttle Piglet

I have never heard a more annoying voice in my entire life. The voice of Piglet is worse than if Fran Drescher and Moaning Myrtle (Harry Potter), and a discordant, 7th octave sharp had a very, VERY ugly baby.

Pooh is narrated by Stephen Fry, from whom I have many audiobooks (Hitchhikers Guide is awesome) and the voice of Eeyore is dry and depressed, as it should be. Another listener noted that there "are too many narrators," which is absurd, as it is not being "narrated," it is an audio play of sorts, and the "narrators" are the characters interacting with one another.

I gave this book 3 stars only because of Piglet. The first time through, the voice was barely tolerable. But my son loves to listen to books, and of course this one comes up often. Even my 3yo can't stand this Piglet.

No offense is intended to the actress who voiced Piglet. I am certain she was exercising what she thought was artistic liberty to bring a character to life, but the screeching and squealing is worse than nails on a chalkboar, wooden spoons on your teeth, or whatever else makes your very soul cringe.

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