Winnie the Pooh and the Royal Birthday As Her Majesty The Queen celebrates her official th birthday a very special bear is also celebrating years This October we re celebrating Winnie the Pooh s th anniversary which marks years

  • Title: Winnie-the-Pooh and the Royal Birthday
  • Author: Jane Riordan Mark Burgess Ernest H. Shepard A.A. Milne
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 431
  • Format: ebook
  • As Her Majesty The Queen celebrates her official 90th birthday, a very special bear is also celebrating 90 years.This October we re celebrating Winnie the Pooh s 90th anniversary, which marks 90 years since his first arrival in the Hundred Acre Wood With Her Majesty The Queen and Winnie the Pooh both celebrating 90 years, it only seems fitting that these two much loved BrAs Her Majesty The Queen celebrates her official 90th birthday, a very special bear is also celebrating 90 years.This October we re celebrating Winnie the Pooh s 90th anniversary, which marks 90 years since his first arrival in the Hundred Acre Wood With Her Majesty The Queen and Winnie the Pooh both celebrating 90 years, it only seems fitting that these two much loved British icons should finally meet.Step into the unforgettable journey of Pooh and his friends as they travel from the Hundred Acre Wood to London, to deliver their thoughtful 90th birthday presents to The Queen.From riding on an open top red bus, to taking in the sights including Trafalgar Square and Buckingham Palace, your family can enjoy Pooh s latest adventure by downloading Winnie the Pooh and the Royal Birthday here inspired.disney winnie t

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    1. 2016 is the year when 2 British icons share a very special birthday. Yes thats right, both the Queen and Winnie-the-Pooh are 90 this year and to celebrate Egmont have teamed up with Disney to give fans a very special story where two well loved characters finally get a chance to meet face to face for the first time.Pooh meets the QueenYou can download the free illustrated ebook Winnie-the-Pooh and the Royal Birthday from the Disney website HERE. Or if you prefer you can watch the video version of [...]

    2. Originally published on My Books Are MeWhat a sweet story to mark Queen Elizabeth's and Winnie-the-Pooh's 90th birthday!Christopher Robin tells Pooh and friends about the Queen celebrating her ninetieth birthday, and suggests they head to London to give her a present. With their presents in hand, Christopher Robin, Winnie-the-Pooh, Piglet and Eeyore leave the Hundred Acre Wood for Buckingham Palace, taking in the sights of London along the way. I LOVE Winnie-the-Pooh, as I'm sure most people do. [...]

    3. Today, my friends, I read my first Winnie-the-Pooh book at the ripe old age of thirty-four. In all my years, and all my books, I'd not happened across WTP, Christopher Robin, or any of his other friends, for that matter. So, what can I tell you about this special edition story, written for the Queen's 90th Birthday? It is glorious. The story is simple, and cute, with plenty of hidden humour. This short story centers on our fearless friends going on a trip to London, so there are plenty of the kn [...]

    4. "But time is a tricky thing; years begin by lazing along slowly and then suddenly, up they jump and off they trot as quickly as ever they can." Such a sweet tribute to both Winnie the Pooh's and the Queen's birthday.

    5. I've long been a fan of A.A. Milne and E.E. Shepheard's Winnie the Pooh. I'm such a geek that I've even read Winnie ille Pu in Latin.I thoroughly enjoyed this wonderful book that was written commemorate H.R.H Queen Elizabeth II's 90th birthday by Jane Riordan and designed by Pritty Ramjee. Disney Enterprises did a marvelous job in designing the characters in their classic style. Not only do we have our usual cast of characters, i.e. Piglet, Pooh, Eeyore and Christopher Robins but also a cameo ap [...]

    6. Very cute, charming short story about Pooh meeting the Queen and celebrating being 90 together. However, people who are sticklers for detail may notice that Christopher Robin erroneously calls Her Majesty "Her Royal Highness" in the beginning. It isn't something that should put you off, and you can pretend that it's a child making an adorable mistake, but honestly, dear Jane Riordan. ;)

    7. It was a fun book which I thought was a fun read, but I don't think it did the original books justice. I may have been biased with skepticism from the start but I think it was too predictable and too boring to be able to replicate the style of A.A. Milne. The author also went to a great deal of effort to bring in references to previous Winnie-the-Pooh books which did not seem authentic.

    8. Kathy and I were in England when this "took place" last year. We read it aloud to each other. A couple of cute Milne-like turns of phrase, but mostly rather hum-drum.

    9. I started reading this wondering how Riordan would mimic Milne's writing, whether she would try. The pictures are so like Shepard that is not an issue, it's always refreshing to see the original Shepard style compared to the over exposed Disney version (as much as I also adore them). As I started to read I could see that Riordan was trying, it isn't a full Pooh story, it is a special occasion story and so a few things can be forgiven. I read it seeing a few odd bits here and there that felt clos [...]

    10. The Walt Disney Company's UK office developed this free book in the style of M. & Shepard, in celebration of both Pooh and the Queen's birthdays. Most of the story seems to consist of throw backs to the original books ("'Memba Pooh Sticks?" "Oh, yeah I 'memba!"). The basic plot is that Christopher Robin and co. Devise gifts to present the Queen in London. Mostly this goes no where since her Majesty seems to take little notice aside from what pooh thinks he hears her mumble. Weirdly, it's a b [...]

    11. I admit it, I have a huge soft spot for A. A. Milne's Winnie the Pooh books, and from time to time, when I'm feeling a little blue (and when all the myriad responsibilities of adult life have me weighed down), I'll pick up my copies of the books and dip into them for a quick visit to the Hundred-Acre Wood. So! When I heard that a free book had been released to celebrate the ninetieth birthday of both Winnie the Pooh and Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth the Second of England, I just had to down [...]

    12. Review to follow soonWhat better way to celebrate both one of the world's best loved bears and Queen Elizabeth II both of whom turned ninety last year than with this sweet little tale in which we get to travel to London with Winnie and friends, spotting some famous landmarks, to say nothing of her HRH Elizabeth and a certain young Prince who just so happens to be "more bouncy than Tigger", as we go.Inspired by A.A. Milne and E.H. Shepard. I'm still not convinced that this book did justice to the [...]

    13. All together now: awwwwwwFor whatever reason I couldn't get Jim Broadbent's reading of this to load, which is sad, so I read it myself and had all the voices from the 80s/90s Pooh cartoons in my head, which wasn't so bad at all. There are a few weird sentence structures in this, as though the writer forget this was for kids. And poor Eeyore! How terrible!But it is, overall, terribly adorable and so very English. Having been to London, I was cheered to see all the familiar landmarks and amused to [...]

    14. I HAD to read this! I love the Royal Family and Winnie the Pooh so much, how amazing that the Queen and Pooh Bear both turned 90 last year and they decided for these two British icons to finally meet. This was so unbelievably sweet. The illustrations were gorgeous and kept to tradition with the Winnie the Pooh Series. I loved that Harrods was included and some other London monuments. But hands down the best part was when Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore and Christopher Robin saw Her Majesty and Prince Georg [...]

    15. A fun, quick pictorial read celebrating the co-90th birthdays of Winnie-the Pooh and HRM Queen Elizabeth. In this, Pooh and a few of his Hundred Acre Wood friends travel to London to present a birthday present to the queen. A fun traipse down memory lane for anyone who's grown up with Pooh and friends and/or read them with children or grandchildren.

    16. This is a cute little short story about Winnie the Pooh celebrating Her Majesties 90th Birthday. There is really not much to say about the book, it is a enjoyable story that brought a smile to me as I was reading it. If you are a fan of Winnie the Pooh (and who isn't) then you will like this book. The best part is that this is a free + legal download to get the PDF copy of the book

    17. Not bad! At first, I was worried that the charm of the original stories would be tarnished but there's definitely enough nostalgia and sweetness here to please new and old fans alike! Happy Birthday Pooh and Queen Elizabeth too!

    18. Absolutely charming. A lovely ode to both Her Majesty and Winnie the Pooh that was a treat to read, not to mention:

    19. It has been lovely to relive books such as these. I like the fact that there are many things spoken by Christopher Robin, could be interpreted differently by WTP. E.g. "we could catch the bus" "I hope it wants to be caught"

    20. Beautiful story that feels very like the originals, to celebrate both Winnie-the-Pooh's and her Majesty's 90th birthdays.

    21. A fun (and free) digital book a friend told me about that celebrates the 90th birthdays of Pooh and Queen Elizabeth.

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