Each of these stories offer a short, happy-ending adventure for a beloved Pooh character. Tigger and Roo play Hide-and-seek; Piglet and Pooh pick blackberries and go fishing; and Pooh helps Piglet get over his night-time fears.
Each of the books is a complete, short story. They're light-hearted and fun…with antics parents and toddlers can love.
You're going to read them over-and-over-and-over again.
S/He can't get enough of these…even after mastering the stories. She LOVES to finish the characters' lines and recite the events.
Cute stories that can bear the weight of the sometimes twice-daily readings that are requested.
The stories are engaging, and, in pure Pooh tradition, show how friendships work. Nighttime Mystery is especially helpful for the little one who is afraid of noises in the dark.
Even the youngest reader can grasp the ideas that friendship, love, sharing (even when you don't want to), and helping are important things.
6 to 8
0 to 4
Started reading at 13 months; still popular at 2 years+
Buy. They're sturdy books, with cute stories. The carrying case keeps the books together & has snaps that entertain toddlers forever wanting to open/close things!
|Title||Winnie the Pooh and His Friends|
Roo's Big Adventure, Blackberry Surprise, A Reel Fishy Story, Nighttime Mystery
|Publisher||Disney Press , Penguin Random House © 2001|
|Genres||Animal Character, Adventure, Friendship|