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I love this book! So did my friend who I gave it to because she is having a baby. I have a preference for the classic Pooh artwork so it was a perfect book. It is very simple. There are only some slight references to the stories and characters. It’s purpose is to teach a child the alphabet. Use it along with the adorable Pooh stories and your child will get the full benefit!
Great early ABC book. My college degree is in Elementary Education, so I am very particular about ABC and 1-2-3 books. The letters need to look "normal" not oddly shaped or strangely colored. They also don't need to be overwhelmed by the pictures on the pages. Many ABC and 1-2-3 books have this problem - they try to "trick it up" too much. This book delivers simplicity and quality. Simple, clear letters with simple, clear pictures. Great for starting toddlers on the path to learning their letters.
Very classic feel. Intriguing pictures featuring everyone's favorite Winnie the Pooh characters. Letters are clearly printed in upper and lower case. After a couple reads, my toddler is reading this one to me.
Learning the alphabet is more fun when the setting is the Hundred Acre Wood. Familiar scenes from the Milne and Shepard classics introduce not only the concepts of letters and words, but also Pooh and his friends. This sturdy board book with an elegant, timeless look has been designed to attract the most discerning Pooh fans and to delight their favorite toddlers. Each page is dedicated to a letter, with obvious ones (T for Tigger) and creative ones (X for eXpedition). Each letter is accompanied by a very classic Pooh-esque picture. Quaint.
Nice quality board book - very sweet. Fun images; not your standard alphabet choices! However, it was a little larger than I expected and didn't fit in the Winnie the Pooh gift box I had to mail (my fault - I didn't read the description size close enough before ordering) -- so I donated it to our church.
I tend to avoid what I think of as "knock off" books-- I'll buy the original Miss Spider, but not a silly "count to ten" board book with Miss Spider, and so forth. So, my initial reaction to a "Pooh" ABC book was kind of negative. However, there are not a lot of board books out there for younger children that are also ABC books and are large enough for their little hands to hold and look at the pictures. This book combined the classic book aspect that I look for in children's books, with the practicality of a pretty large board book with ABC's. If I had to criticize something, it would be that some of the pictures are not very bright in color, but that is something that you always encounter with Classic Pooh-- the illustrations are beautiful, and the colors are subdued, making them pretty, but perhaps not as engaging. Then again, I tend to think children are over-stimulated enough so soothing pictures can be nice for once. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a nice, sturdy ABC board book.