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Pooh Just Be Nice...to Your Little Friends! (Pooh - Just Be Nice Series)

by Caroline Kenneth

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This book is an example of Fantasy because the characters that talk and move around in the book are animals and we know that in real life bears, rabbits and pigs do not talk. The Author uses personification in this book as his gives each of these animals human characteristics. For example, Tigger (the tiger) says "We're going to have the bestest butterfly collection ever!" We know that he is being attributed the gift of human speech. The illustrations in this book are done with ink, oil pastels and computer generation. The story has a great moral. Pooh runs out of honey and he goes into the woods and takes alot for himself. Roo and Tigger collect butterflies in jars, and Rabbit chases birds out of her garden. The main characters realize that the hundred acre woods seemed quiet and unhappy. Pooh decides that they need to be nicer to their little friends. He returns the bee hive and asks for honey. Tigger and Roo release the butterflies and Rabbit agrees to share some of her vegetables with the birds. Everyone is much happier when they are being considerate of others and sharing.
  bekahhynes | Mar 5, 2009 |
It's Silent Spring for toddlers!
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Rabbit chased all the birds out of the garden. Pooh accidentally knocked down the bees' hive. Then Tigger and Roo caught all the butterflies and put them in jars. Pooh and the residents of the Hundred-Acre Wood learn a valuable lesson about being nice to their little animal friends.

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