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What the community says about The Complete Tales of Winnie-The-Pooh
- "Ok, who doesn't love Winnie the pooh. I bought The Complete Tales of Winnie-The-Pooh for my preschool class. How could one not love this book, even the illustrations are as profound as the words. Not just for a Child, but for anyone who can look at life with the joy of Pooh, the concerns the helplessness and helpfulness of one another through all the hope of life. Do not think this book just for children, it is for everyone. the ids in my class love this book and are very attentive during circle time when I read it."
- "These are throwbacks to a time in my life that I was able to pass down to my own kids. The stories of Winnie the Pooh were of warmth and finding companionship. Pooh and his friends are a nice delight when you're a toddler as mine enjoy it just as much as I did. Very good deal for me overall. "
- "The Complete Tales of Winnie-The-Pooh is one the best children's books about sentient toys. Winnie-The-Pooh is one of the most recognized and well known of all sentient toys. You will find it very difficult to find a better solution."
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- "While this is a good book I feel that there are more mature pieces of work out there that could better suit the INFP personality of individuals. Winnie-the-pooh is a classic by all means however if I were to read this for myself I would have to go with a different book like Macbeth or Purple Rain to better suit my INFP traits. I love winnie-the-pooh and all the adventures that he gets in with his friends, but this is something that I would prefer to read to my child versus reading it to myself. "