What does it mean to live in Pooh's neighborhood? On his way to deliver a neighborly present to Piglet one fine day, Pooh visits all the special places in his neighborhood, including The Sandy Pit where Roo plays and Eeyore's Gloomy Place. Pooh and Owl end up at the top of the old bee tree, where a Pooh's-eye view provides a splendid map of the Hundred-Acre Wood.
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Author Kathleen Zoehfeld Title Pooh's Neighborhood Illustrator Robin Cuddy Publisher Disney Pages 30 Summary of plot: This book talks about where Pooh lives. This book defines what a neighborhood is ... Read full review