Series: Winnie the Pooh's Sweet Dreams

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Pooh's Early-to-Bed and Early-to-Rise Hum (Sweet Dreams) by Ellen Milnes1
Ready for Bed, Pooh? (Sweet Dreams) by Ellen Milnes2
Disney's One, Two, Pooh's Looking for You (Sweet Dreams) by Ellen Milnes3
Disney's: Winnie The Pooh's Sleepytime Hum by Ellen Milnes4

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  1. Disney's Ready for Bed, Pooh? (Winnie the Pooh's Sweet Dreams Series) by Ellen Milnes (1999)
  2. Baby Einstein: See and Spy Counting by Julie Aigner-Clark (2001)
  3. Baby Einstein: See and Spy Shapes by Julie Aigner-Clark (2001)
  4. Walt Disney's Winnie the Pooh and His Friends: Night Time Mystery (Winnie the Pooh and His Friends) by Disney (1994)
  5. A Bedtime Story for Pooh (My Very First Winnie the Pooh) by Cassandra Case (1999)
  6. Eeyore Has a Birthday by A. A. Milne (1975)
  7. Disney's Winnie the Pooh's A to ZZzz by Don Ferguson (1992)
  8. Disney's Winnie the Pooh's Night Before Christmas (1998)
  9. Disney's Pooh's Early-to-Bed and Early-to-Rise Hum (Winnie the Pooh's Sweet Dreams) by Ellen Milnes (1999)
  10. Winnie the Pooh's Bedtime Stories by Bruce Talkington (1994)
  11. Happy Baby Colors by Roger Priddy (2001)
  12. Oh, Bother! Someone's Afraid Of the Dark by Betty Birney (1994)
  13. Humpty Dumpty by Playmore (1997)
  14. Thomas & Friends (Look And Find) by Editors of Publications International Ltd. (2007)
  15. Disney's Winnie the Pooh: Friendship Day--Lessons from the Hundred-Acre Wood by Nancy Parent (2000)

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