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Publisher's Summary

Join Winnie the Pooh and friends in this collection of charming stories created to show little ones what it means to be a true friend.

In “Party in the Wood,” Pooh is in the mood to celebrate. But when Eeyore’s tail goes missing, the festivities must be postponed while his friends try to find him a replacement. They try and try, but none of the new tails they come up with suits the poor donkey. Luckily, Pooh saves the day - and is rewarded with a honey of a party!

In “Forever Friends,” a story about friendship and funny hijinks in the Hundred-Acre Wood, Piglet helps Pooh and his friends save the day when they believe a scary creature has captured Christopher Robin!

In “Pooh’s Honey Adventure,” Pooh discovers that every single one of his honeypots is empty. Hungry but hopeful, he and his rumbly tummy head into the Hundred-Acre Wood in search of more of his favorite treat. Pooh soon finds himself in a very tight spot. Luckily, his friends come to the rescue - and Pooh’s day ends with sweet success!

In “Pooh’s Secret Garden,” spring has sprung in the Hundred-Acre Wood and Winnie the Pooh is planting a garden. Follow along in this delightful tale to see what surprises are springing up in Pooh’s secret garden!

©2018 Disney Book Group (P)2020 Disney Press

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  • Shegnada
  • 29-04-21

Couldn't take it anymore

It's rare I don't finish what I choose to listen to but this "book" outrageously plagerizes and spoils A A Milne's delightful books. It's bad enough to take advantage like this, but worse to do such a bad job of it. It would insult any child to make them listen to it and offend every lover of Milne's writings. It may be legal somehow but it is unethical and cheap. I can't speak to the ability of the reader, I'm just so mad about what they're reading.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 25-03-21

Well read, but silly stories

None of these stories are true to A. A. Milne’s stories nor characters. I find these stories beyond stupid, some doesn’t even make sense. I feel sad that such great author’s work being trampled on.
Save your money and your brain, don’t get this book.