Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too



Winnie the Pooh and Tigger TooTigger Is Always Bouncing In On Winnie The Pooh And His Other Friends In The Hundred Acre Wood When They Least Expect It But When Tigger Bounces Rabbit Off His Feet One Too Many Times, Rabbit Decides To Do Something About It He Comes Up With A Plan To Unbounce Tigger And Enlists Pooh And Piglet To Help It Isn T Long, However, Before Rabbit Realizes That Bouncing Is One Of The Most Wonderful Things About Tigger

Stephanie Calmenson s many popular titles include concept books, funny school stories, poetry collections, books about dogs and, with Magic School Bus author Joanna Cole, anthologies and beginning reader chapter books Stephanie s books have been called marvelous PW , lyrical SLJ , hilarious SLJ , sweet, funny, and right on the mark Booklist Before turning to writing, Stephanie was a teacher, a children s book editor, and Editorial Director of Parents Magazine s Read Aloud Book Club Website my link text

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  • Hardcover
  • 48 pages
  • Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too
  • Stephanie Calmenson
  • English
  • 28 April 2017
  • 1562826301

10 thoughts on “Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too

  1. David says:

    Rabbit is an asshole.

  2. Gloria says:

    I was Winnie last Halloween not so much because he is the brightest or kindest of bears not nice how he treats Tigger here in this book but because he, like Tigger, Piglet, Kanga, and Roo, is so cute Props for Vaccaro Associates, Inc The illustrations they did for Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too are right on point with all the cuteness.Storywise, this was two stories meshed together into one long hardcover I suggest splitting them up into two shorter hardbacks, so readers don t fall asleep m I was Winnie last Halloween not so much because he is the brightest or kindest of bears not nice how he treats Tigger here in this book but because he, like Tigger, Piglet, Kanga, and Roo, is so cute Props for Vaccaro Associates, Inc The illustrations they did for Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too are right on point with all the cuteness.Storywise, this was two stories meshed together into one long hardcover I suggest splitting them up into two shorter hardbacks, so readers don t fall asleep midway, Rabbit doesn t seem like the despicable jerk he is, and we can getor at least feel like we getof T I double guh er

  3. Anna Marie says:

    It s a slightly different version of the original But they way words get broken up between two lines seem to be difficult for young readers Don t remember that with the original ones The words in this book are all neatly written on the pages with even borders, etc.

  4. Kris Dersch says:

    Nothing wrong with this, but I m glad my kid and I are diving into the originals.

  5. Nick says:

    Rabbit does have a valid complaint about Tigger s bouncing Maybe Tigger should compromise and be a littlecareful about where he bounces, eh

  6. Elizabeth says:

    This is a book that teachers can use with familiar characters to teach different aspects of literacy The illustrations are wonderful guides for what is being told in the text, and can help students decode what is happening in the story There are lots of problem and solutions in the story and students could practice writing one into the story just to see what would happen to the characters The descriptive language is not only about the wonderful setting, but also has those wonderful sound word This is a book that teachers can use with familiar characters to teach different aspects of literacy The illustrations are wonderful guides for what is being told in the text, and can help students decode what is happening in the story There are lots of problem and solutions in the story and students could practice writing one into the story just to see what would happen to the characters The descriptive language is not only about the wonderful setting, but also has those wonderful sound words in the text that can help students vary their own writings

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