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This review is from: Classic Tales from Rupert Heritage Edition (Egmont Heritage) (Hardcover)
Not classic.Very dissapointed.Egmont seem to be clutching at straws with all their character merchandising.Is this aimed at childen or old duffers remembering their childhood ? I think Egmont have missed the point !!!
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Initial post: 31 Jul 2013 10:55:46 BDT
GILBERT & GEORGE says:
its strictly for old duffers like me remembering their childhood. mind you , i did indoctrinate my young son in to Rupert bear , now he is 30 and addicted.
Posted on 3 Dec 2013 20:02:20 GMT
Peter Franks says:
That's why they are described as classic tales, because they are from a different generation of great story telling and illustration. I'm curious as to what you think Egmont should have done or should be doing with Rupert.
Posted on 1 Dec 2014 18:27:56 GMT
My small nieces and nephews found all my old Rupert books from the 1950s while exploring the attic in my house. I went up to investigate the silence and they were engrossed and remained so for nearly an hour. Now, every time they come to visit they ask for Rupert and he is on their Christmas lists.
Sad that because something is old it's considered useless and uninteresting - perhaps we should chuck Jane Austen and Charles Dickens in the recycling bin as well.
In reply to an earlier post on 6 Feb 2015 19:33:49 GMT
Red Reader says:
I'm not sure Egmont would listen to any ideas you might have for the Rupert Annual - especially as this ;latest one seems to be so popular & must have recived more 5* reviews than any other Rupert Annual since Amazon began!
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