Christopher Robin (third-grader Odeya Lerer) visits his friends Owl (fourth-grader Amara Najmaister), Rabbit (fourth-grader Avi Yaschik), Piglet, Winnie the Pooh (fourth-grader Rebecca Hatami), Roo (first-grader Rahm Regev) and Kanga (third-grader Shira Lowenstein).
Atlanta Jewish Academy visited the house at Pooh Corner for the Lower School’s performance of “Winnie the Pooh Kids.” AJA first- through fourth-graders put on the show twice, on Sunday, Dec. 17, and Thursday, Dec 21.
Photos by Sarah Moosazadeh
Girl Skunk (first-grader Lily Tritt), Girl Monkey (first-grader Gavi Silverman), Ladybug (first-grader Meital Bernstein), Gold Snail (first-grader Tirza Monheit), Raccoon (first-grader Amalia Gellis) and Boy Monkey (first-grader Jordan Koransky) look for
Winnie the Pooh (fourth-grader Rebecca Hatami) asks Owl (fourth-grader Amara Najmaister) to help decipher a note from Christopher Robin in which he says he will be “back soon.” His friends mistakenly interpret it as “Backson,” a creature they think has kidnapped Christopher.
Piglet and Pooh (fourth-grader Rebecca Hatami) decide to ask for help finding Christopher Robin.
Winnie the Pooh (fourth-grader Rebecca Hatami) asks Rabbit (fourth-grader Avi Yaschik) if he can help him read a note from Christopher Robin.
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