Pooh and the Storm That Sparkled

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Disney Press, 1999 - Fireworks - 37 pages
4 Reviews
As the lights flash in the evening sky, Pooh knows a storm is about to arrive and so gathers all his friends to watch the event, yet when they turn out to be right in the heart of the storm, they have to move quickly and get back to somewhere safe and dry. Original.

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Review: Pooh and the Storm That Sparkled (Winnie the Pooh First Readers #14)

User Review  - Sarah Adamson - Goodreads

This is a fun Winnie the Pooh adventure story for early readers. Whilst trying to stick to the original plans laid down by AA Milne, this book is pure American fantasy as it shows pooh and his friends celebrating 4th July. It's a fun gentle book with good easy words and beautiful illustrations. Read full review

Review: Pooh and the Storm That Sparkled (Winnie the Pooh First Readers #14)

User Review  - Goodreads

This is a fun Winnie the Pooh adventure story for early readers. Whilst trying to stick to the original plans laid down by AA Milne, this book is pure American fantasy as it shows pooh and his friends celebrating 4th July. It's a fun gentle book with good easy words and beautiful illustrations. Read full review

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