Pooh's Favorite Things about Spring

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Disney Press, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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One sunshiny spring day, Pooh enjoys a happy, humming walk through the Hundred-Acre Wood. He follows a buzzing bee to a honey tree, and finds plenty of flowing rivers, waving flowers, and smiling friends to greet along the way. This cheery Pooh story introduces young children to the concept of spring, and points out that in many ways, the best thing about spring is ... everything Learning about spring is a favorite preschool activity, and this book is sure to join Pooh Welcomes Winter as one of the top sellers in this successful series.

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User Review  - MaryKateCollins - LibraryThing

Summary: In this cute little story, Pooh wakes up and begins searching for honey, and on his quest he runs into all his friends! As Pooh finds all his friends and catches up with them after the cold ... Read full review

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User Review  - JasmineOehler - LibraryThing

Summary: This book followed Winnie the Pooh as he went about his day in the springtime. He told the reader all about his favorite things baout Spring. Personal Reaction: I liked this book because I ... Read full review


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Kathleen Zoehfeld is a writer and editor of nonfiction children's books. She grew up in the Catskill Mountains, where she developed a passion for observing, reading and writing about nature. Zoehfeld is a former children's book editor and an award-winning author of many books for young people on natural history and scientific topics.

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