Our rating: *****

Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends have many adventures in the Hundred Acre Wood. They catch a Heffalump (a honey consuming creature), Pooh goes visiting (it’s nothing like the kid’s movie), rescue Piglet from a flood (nowhere near the video), and many other fun adventures.

First, although kids love Winnie-the-Pooh, everybody can enjoy it. A. A. Milne is funny, in a subtle sort of way. If you’ve seen the movies and videos, I recommend that you read at least the first one to get the true story.

Please note that this is a review of the first book only. However, the link is to the complete collection of both books.

One Response to “Winnie-the-Pooh”

  1. Winnie-ther-pooh (no, that is not a typo!) is one of my all-time favorite, never-get-too-old-for-it, adorable, wonderful, love-to-re-read-it books. This book is funny for all ages! I mean that! There’s something there for everyone. It’s so much fun to read aloud, the only problem is that I tend to start laughing out loud, which makes it rather difficult. Please read this one. If you haven’t read the book but have seen the movies, don’t be discouraged! The books are SO much better than the movies.

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