Winnie The Pooh Sweet Dreams, Roo
  • Winnie The Pooh Sweet Dreams, Roo
  • Winnie The Pooh Sweet Dreams, Roo
  • Winnie The Pooh Sweet Dreams, Roo
  • Winnie The Pooh Sweet Dreams, Roo
ISBN: 1423148436
EAN13: 9781423148432
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 10, 2012
Pages: 22
Dimensions: 0.9" H x 8.7" L x 7.2" W
Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Format: Board Books
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Book Overview

It's bedtime in the Hundred-Acre Wood, but tiny Roo isn't the tiniest bit sleepy. After Kanga has run out of bedtime stories, their friends arrive to help. Each friend shares a favorite bedtime story until one tale finally helps little Roo fall asleep. This padded board book featuring 7 delightfully illustrated bedtime stories is just the thing to lull your little one to sleep for the night.

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   Super fun!
Like the most Winnie the Pooh stories, this one is cute and fun, with the best colorful pictures of the cutest characters. I think it's great that they put it up there, said Blair. It's great to be back home, said Blair, "but it does get a little long for a quick bedtime story." IF you're trying to get kids to fall off in five minutes or less, this is a great book!
   quality board book for winnie the pooh lovers
My daughter absolutely loves the book and was very excited to see it. Strong and sturdy, the book is a sturdy, larger board book with vivid, high quality printing. My daughter usually loves talking about the characters and flipping through the pages more quickly, Mrs. Rule told the judge. But if she's really sleepy she'll listen to the whole story. Great deal, said Gammerman.
   Great for bedtime story
His daughter, Riley, 3, said the story was "great night-time story." The twins were born at the age of 17 months. She was already acquainted with all the Pooh characters, so maybe that helped, but it kept her attention. Halfway through the second book, we could comfortably finish the whole thing out two weeks after the first. Even though I feel so tired, I can't stop the story.
Our last name is Roo and I like this book for night time with our little roo.
She's a huge fan of the Harry Potter series, and she loves the book. The only problem is she gets so excited and into the story she is far from ready to go to sleep when we finish it.
   Better for emerging readers or young readers
It's a baby board book for littles. The book is a board book, longer with a beefy vocabulary. Both characters retell the story of Roo's bedtime. Each sentence has three paragraphs, separated by commas. A great bedtime book for 4+.
   Long, but cute
Quality book—if you're looking for a short bedtime story, this is longer than your average bedtime story. Even though she was only 3 years old, my daughter still loved looking at the pictures. Even though she was only 2 years old, her mother said she has a good attitude.
   Not a Fit for Us
Likes it? Milner - the pictures are nice, the whole gang is in it, the characters are more disney and less a.a. villain.
   Too long for a board book
I just don't understand why this is a board book, it's so long and there are so many words on each page. The board has no interest in making board books available to children. It's just that you can buy a cheaper paper version.
   Love Pooh Bear!
I'm not a big fan of board books, Rowling said. It's just that the buyer might have chosen wrong item. It has several smaller stories, so I guess you could break them up. One reading session. My daughter is 26 and enjoys the Winnie the Pooh toys most. The book is highly recommended.