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When I was a lot younger, I used to watch the video version of this story, and I found it really neat for Tigger to come to Pooh's house before Pooh goes to sleep and for him to dream musically about heffalumps and woozles clowning around him and doing things with honey.
This is the first Winnie the Pooh book I remember hearing as a child. Full of imigination and great lessons about friendship. I bought this book for my future niece/nephew so he/she can share the same memories I had as a child.
As a father to a little girl, some odd twenty something years ago, it fell upon me to read this to my daughter. This was a delighful book. It is now "Windsday", according to Gopher, and the very windy day does damages to nearly everyone's property in the 100 acre wood. It is a story of heroes and friends.
Reviewed in the United States on February 18, 2006
What higher praise could exist for a book than what I said in the title of this review? Read this book: it will brighten your day as it has done for me for twenty-five years. It's Winnie the Pooh, folks, and there's nothing bad that I could possibly ever have to say about him. Simply a lovely story start to finish.