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Winnie-the-Pooh
A A Milne

Genre:
Animals and nature

The poetic and lovable bear of little brain – blurb to follow

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23 comments on “Winnie-the-Pooh

  1. Rocco Lopez-Gutierrez says:

    I love both my Winnie the Pooh books. He is always talking about honey.

  2. Alfred Enock-Brown says:

    I love this book. My favourite bits were when Kanga pretends that Piglet is Roo and puts soap in his mouth, when Pooh eats all the honey he leaves to catch the heffalump, and when Pooh rescues Piglet from the flood.

  3. Leo Trelfer says:

    It was funny when Winnie the Pooh fell in the gorse bush. My favourite story was when they rescued Piglet from the flood in ‘The Brain of Pooh’.
    I liked Pooh’s song Cottleston Pie and we made up other verses to the song with my Daddy and watched Rowlf from The Muppets sing it on YouTube.
    My favourite character in the book was Pooh because he saved Piglet.

  4. Wilfred Tudor-Wills says:

    this is about a bear who loves honey

  5. aweheliye says:

    Winnie the Pooh is a hilarious book about a bear who loves honey this book is great for everyone and I would definitely recommend it ??

  6. mpatten says:

    Winnie the Pooh (some times described as”The bear with no brains”)is a honey loving bear who lives in Hundred acre wood with a group of strange friends and have a lot of strange adventures !My favourite one of these adventures is when Pooh goes to visit Rabbit and gets stuck in Rabbits hole because he ate to much!I also loved the one when Roo learns to swim!

  7. hhall says:

    I like this book because when I was a little child my dad use to read it to me and I read it now and I still love it

  8. llincoln says:

    Winnie-the-pooh is a bear that loves honey. I highly recommend this book. .

  9. ecoyle says:

    I remember being a big fan of Winnie the Pooh the movie so in year four I took it out of the library bus and I fell in love with it even more than one he movie!????

  10. rhenry says:

    I like this book because its funny.

  11. krian says:

    I loved it when Tigger bounced Eyore into the river and and they looked for the sticks coming under the bridge but it was actually Eyore – really funny!!

  12. tgray says:

    I love this book but I don’t understand how he can eat so much honey.

  13. mbrooks says:

    5 words: I love Winnie the Poo!!

  14. mmaccallumhall says:

    6 words. Who doesn’t love winnie the pooh

  15. ibuglione says:

    I love this yellow fat toy bear

  16. famin says:

    I loved the book on Winnie the Pooh because it’s so funny and silly . Along with poor Eeyore, Tigger, rabbit and Christopher Robin their adventures include poo trying to get honey and getting stuck in a tree .

  17. fsmith says:

    A classic book for toddlers and babies. With his friend Tigger they venture together around the wood with their other friends Piglet and Eeyore. And now there is a TV show with them in.

  18. egreenslade2 says:

    Winnie the Pooh is a lovely book. With a relationship with Christopher Robin. Commented by Eddie.

  19. Mr Milne says:

    I’ve loved Winnie The Pooh all my life – I enjoy reading the stories now to my children just as much as I enjoyed reading them for myself when I was young. The adventures are so funny, and I love Winnie The Pooh’s poetry, and Eeyore’s feeling sorry for himself, but most of all I just like the way that Christopher Robin and the animals play around in the woods. In one of the stories, Winnie The Pooh asks Christopher Robin how you do “Nothing” and Christopher Robin replies “Well, it’s when people call out at you just as you’re going off to do it, ‘What are you going to do, Christopher Robin?’ and you say ‘Oh, nothing,’ and then you go and to it.”

  20. tbraganza says:

    I really like this book because it’s really silly but not deliberately.

    1. tom.milne1@btinternet.com says:

      Are you sure? I think deliberate silliness is one of many charming things about Winnie the Pooh! Mr Milne

  21. mbrissett says:

    winnie the pooh is funny because for diner he eats honey for his diner and he has lots of people to play with.

  22. rshamash says:

    Winnie the Pooh is an exciting but also very gentle story. I think A A Milne is an amazing writer.