The House at Pooh Corner by A.A. Milne

This book is the cute sequel to A.A. Milne’s “Winnie the Pooh.” It includes 10 more ¬†stories, more rhymes, and more songs. The stories are again recognizable, like when Piglet gives his house to Owl, and when Eeyore is bounced into the river! My favorite, the one where Tigger has breakfast, is very, very, funny. Like “Winnie the Pooh,” this is for all ages, but especially for young readers.

–¬†Calvin Ophoff

Winnie the Pooh by A.A. Milne

This is a short story book full of stories about Pooh’s adventures with his friends. There are 10 cute adventures that readers will recognize, like when Pooh and Piglet make a trap for heffalumps, and when Christopher Robin and Pooh save Piglet in a flood. My favorite Pooh story, the one where Pooh tries to trick the bees but fails, is the first one in the book. The stories are full of cute dialogue and fun rhymes, poems, and riddles. I loved this book and I would recommend it for anyone, but especially for young readers.

Calvin Ophoff