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Oh Bother! Somebody's Grumpy! (Disney's Winnie the Pooh Helping… (original 1992; edition 1992)

by Betty Birney (Author), Sue DiCicco (Illustrator)

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Pooh, Eeyore, Owl and everyone in the Hundred-Acre Woods wakes up one morning to find that it has snowed, but their pleasure soon turns into a case of the Galloping Grumps, and it's up to Christopher Robin to find a cure.
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Title:Oh Bother! Somebody's Grumpy! (Disney's Winnie the Pooh Helping Hands)
Authors:Betty Birney (Author)
Other authors:Sue DiCicco (Illustrator)
Info:Goldencraft (1992)
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Oh, Bother! Someone's Grumpy! by Betty Birney (1992)

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A contagious bad mood sweeps through a snowy day in the Hundred Acre Wood, but Chrisopher Robin prescribes a cheeriness antidote that had the unfortunate side effect of causing me intense nausea and a minor headache. ( )
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A bad mood is contagious, as the characters of Winne the Pooh realize. ( )
  MrsBond | Nov 25, 2009 |
Winnie the Pooh is a fantasy series becaus the characters are animals that talk. The setting and the story plot are applicable to children's lives but the animals themselves are not portrayed to be true.
The plot of the story is quiet dynamic. First there is a problem, no one likes snow. Second there is a climax, Christopher Robbins and spots the root of the problem as the attutude. Third there is a solution, the cheerful cure.
Media- penil sketches and computer graphics
Use- early independent picture books
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Baker, DarrellIllustratorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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Owl was flying above the treetops of the Hundred-Acre Wood one morning when he noticed something unusual. The treetops were not green. They were white!
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Pooh, Eeyore, Owl and everyone in the Hundred-Acre Woods wakes up one morning to find that it has snowed, but their pleasure soon turns into a case of the Galloping Grumps, and it's up to Christopher Robin to find a cure.

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