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Pooh's Little Etiquette Book (Winnie-the-Pooh) (edition 1995)

by A. A. Milne (Author)

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"Winnie-the-Pooh knows that five minutes to eleven is when a Smackerel of Something should be served. And he knows the difference between a Proper Tea (which is what you'll get at Owl's house) and a Very Nearly Tea (which is one you forget about afterward). For those less versed in the Right Way of Doing Things comes this whimsical little etiquette book. On topics ranging from Conversation to Eating to Visiting, readers will be treated to - and instructed in - the finer points of life in the Hundred Acre Wood." "Did you know that it isn't polite to ask for a bit of bread and honey, but it is perfectly acceptable to look wistfully in the direction of the cupboard? With wry humor and a point of view that could only come from a certain Enchanted Place, this irresistible little book is a must-read for fans of Our Bear. After all, it's the Proper Thing to Do!"--BOOK JACKET.… (more)
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Title:Pooh's Little Etiquette Book (Winnie-the-Pooh)
Authors:A. A. Milne (Author)
Info:Dutton Juvenile (1995), Edition: 1st, 96 pages
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"Winnie-the-Pooh knows that five minutes to eleven is when a Smackerel of Something should be served. And he knows the difference between a Proper Tea (which is what you'll get at Owl's house) and a Very Nearly Tea (which is one you forget about afterward). For those less versed in the Right Way of Doing Things comes this whimsical little etiquette book. On topics ranging from Conversation to Eating to Visiting, readers will be treated to - and instructed in - the finer points of life in the Hundred Acre Wood." "Did you know that it isn't polite to ask for a bit of bread and honey, but it is perfectly acceptable to look wistfully in the direction of the cupboard? With wry humor and a point of view that could only come from a certain Enchanted Place, this irresistible little book is a must-read for fans of Our Bear. After all, it's the Proper Thing to Do!"--BOOK JACKET.

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