Friday Fun: Winnie the Pooh Retold by Creative French Little Girl

Happy Friday everyone AND… *insert dramatic drum roll here* Happy Chinese New Year! Marjorie, from Paper Tigers, has a wonderful post about a book titled The Year of the Rabbit, written by Olivier Chin. Click away!

Okay, the following post is totally unrelated, but read anyway?
If you ever loved Winnie the Pooh, you gotta watch this video. It’s the cutest Winnie the Pooh one-man show I’ve ever seen, and probably one of the most creative version to ever be. Thank you, Capucine, for such a joy! πŸ˜€

Once upon a time… from Capucha on Vimeo.
Edited 02.08.2011

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Nathalie Mvondo lives in Northern California. She is a writer, a blogger, a community organizer and a social entrepreneur.
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17 Responses to Friday Fun: Winnie the Pooh Retold by Creative French Little Girl

  1. Linda Covella says:

    I love this video!

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  2. aWWWW!!! how adorable! She is precious. Her facial expressions cracked me up!

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  3. She is sooo cute! I always thought French was a language of mystery and romance, but it can also be darling.

    Have a great weekend.

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  4. Adorable!

    Very nice blog, by the way. Thanks for your comment on Mayra’s Secret Bookcase. I was going to become your follower but see no ‘follower’ button.

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    • β€œno β€˜follower’ button.”
      Ah! It’s my hope to one day upgrade this blog and its features. Frederico, the Mouse Violonist sounds like a wonderful story, by the way. Congratulations for its release! I enjoyed reading the stellar article on Home School Book Review. πŸ™‚

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  5. “no β€˜follower’ button.”
    Ah! It’s my hope to one day upgrade this blog and its features. Frederico, the Mouse Violonist sounds like a wonderful story, by the way. Congratulations for its release! I enjoyed reading the stellar article on Home School Book Review. πŸ™‚

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  6. Thank you for the shout-out and so nice to be in the same post as the adorable Capucine πŸ™‚ I first came across her a couple of years ago becasue she did a videofor EduRelief to raise money for a library in Mongolia -and I’ve just looked her up to see what she’s doing now. I don’t know about that, but if you’ve seen this otherr video as well, you’ve just got to see this!

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  7. @Donna: Yes, I think only WordPress users can see the “subscribe” button on top of the page, as well as the “like” one I think… There is a “subscribe” on the right side, too… πŸ™‚
    @Marjorie: You’re welcome, Marjorie, and thank you for the new links. I will be looking for the Year of the Rabbit, I’m heading over to see the video you mentioned. I vaguely heard of Edurelief. Need to look more into it, too. πŸ™‚

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  8. Zoe says:

    Lovely video, and thanks for adding me to your blogroll!

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  9. tatum says:

    i love this video! there are others video of capucine on vimeo. she should have some videos reading traditional French children’s books.

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