A. A. Milne’s cherished tales of the silly old bear stuffed with fluff and the other inhabitants of the 100 Acre Woods live on in this beautiful treasury. Timeless and playful, these classic tales should be in every collection and delighted in by every child—and parent. From adventures with heffalumps and woozles and the "Expotition to the North Pole" in the first book, Winnie the Pooh, to the introduction of Tigger and the invention of "Pooh Sticks" in the second, A House at Pooh Corner, this book brings together all the beloved stories in one volume. With Ernest H. Shepard’s original whimsical illustrations on each page, this is a wonderful edition of the simple yet wise tales that have been the favorites of children for generations.
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