The World of Pooh

Making More Childhood MemoriesThe World of Pooh

  • What: The World of Pooh
  • When: Two years and up
  • Why: Classic, entertaining, fun
  • Where: Amazon

Need a little something to carry you and your kids through these last few dark days of 2020? Want to travel back in time to a simpler way of life, with beloved characters? Look no further than A. A. Milne’s The World of Pooh.

The World of Pooh book on Amazon

While you can find many of the stories included in this collection as stand alone books, the compilation means you get them all in one volume. You can read as little or as much as you and your kids like. Or better yet, have your parents pull your old copy off the shelf and read over the computer to your kids as you get some much needed time to yourself.

No matter when or where you choose to read them, these entertaining characters full of spunk have been delighting readers for decades for a reason. From the pursuit of honey to the elusive heffalump, the antics of these adorable personalities shine from the page. With twenty stories to choose from, you won’t have trouble finding one (or many) you and your child can treasure together for years to come.

The Complete Tales of Winnie-The-Pooh on Amazon

Want to add a little more color to the tales? You can also get The Complete Tales of Winnie the Pooh, which contains all the same beloved stories but with more colorful illustrations, a hardcover, and a satin ribbon to finish it off. Whether you gift this anthology to new parents or revisit your own beloved copy, you can’t go wrong with these classic tales all in one place.

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