The House at Pooh Corner
Ten adventures of Pooh, Eeyore, Tigger, Piglet, Owl, and other friends of Christopher Robin.
Of all the books I have read, “The House at Pooh Corner” is still my favorite. Most readers consider it a book written for very young children, but it is full of humor and wisdom. Everyone knows Winnie the Pooh and Piglet and Eeyore. Pooh Bear is the eternal optimist. Piglet is unsure of himself and Eeyore is full of gloom. Rabbit is sure he is always right, but Owl usually is. The characters and adventures they share with Christopher Robin never cease to delight and teach special lessons that even grownups can still learn!
Everyone has a little bit of these characters in himself and knows someone who is an Eeyore or Rabbit. Everyone needs to get back to the House at Pooh Corner! By reading this classic delight, perhaps we can all understand that we live in the Hundred Acre Wood and the creatures living there are very much like ourselves. These stories are excellent reading at the end of a busy day, whether you are five, fifteen, or fifty. You can find “House at Pooh Corner” in the juvenile fiction section, J MIL HOU at the library. Read a chapter before bedtime, and sweet dreams are sure to follow.
-- by Diane W.