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The Sweetest Christmas (Winnie Pooh Little Golden Book) - Book Review

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by Leiann Lynn Rose Spontaneo (subscribe)
Studied Political Science at Duquesne University.Highest Honors Graduate in Fitness and Nutrition from Stratford Career Institute. Her passion is fitness and nutrition.She is obsessed with educating herself about the subject of hygge.
Published July 23rd 2021
The spirit of giving
Children have loved Little Golden Books for years. Thanks to the happy hours spent with the books, many children have developed a love of reading.

childrens book, childrens christmas book, Pooh

In Summary

It is Christmas Eve and the snow is falling. Pooh is upset. He keeps asking himself how he is going to find presents. He comes to the conclusion to look inside. But, nothing satisfies him.

He then thinks to himself to look for something that he would personally like… Honey! He needs 8 jars and would not have any for himself. But he chooses to not be selfish.

Pooh places the honey on his sleigh and heads to his friends.

After he gives away the gifts, Christopher Robin tells Pooh that he has presents. Pots of honey! Pooh exclaims that it is a sweet Christmas!

In Opinion

This book is easy to follow and has such a nice topic! Children learn the gift of Christmas… sharing, big or small. I recommend this book from kindergarteners to adults as we can all learn.

While I was studying Pooh through the years, he was always called "Pooh Bear". He and the whole crew, from Piglet to Christopher Robin always have shown true friendship.

I give this book a 5-star rating out of 5.
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