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Welcome , to my thoughtful place, mommy and I have been collecting pooh thing and wanted to share his story with you I hope you enjoy Pooh as much as I do.  So follow me as we go on our first of what will hopefully be many grand adventures with Winne the Pooh.

 

 

Here is a map in case you get lost.

100 aker wood

   Once upon a time, a very long time ago now, (about last Friday) a small bear named Winne-the-pooh lived in a forest under the name of Sanders, what dose "under the name of Sanders mean" you ask. It means he had a sign over the door and in gold letters it said Mr. Sanders, and pooh lived under it.

   One day as Pooh was sitting in his thoughtfull spot, "think, think, thinking" he heard a rumbley sort of sound it was comming from his tummy! So pooh thought "I must be hungry" and what are Pooh's hungry for? Why honey of course.

   Now, being a bear of very little brain pooh spent many hours comming up with a plan to get some. First he tried to climb the bee tree, and as he climbed he sang a little song to himself, it went someting like this

 

Isn't it funny

how a bear likes honey?

Buzz! Buzz!

I wonder why he dose

 

   Then he climbed a little further. . . and a little further. . . and then just a little further. By that time he had thought of another song.

 

It's a very funny thought that, if bears were bees,

They'd build their nests at the bottom of trees.

and that being so (if bees were bears)

We shouldn't have to climb up all these stairs.

 

   Pooh was getting rather tired now and that is why his song was a complaining song. He was nearly there when "C R A C K !" the branch broke under him and he came tumbling to the ground, "it all come's from liking honey to much, I suppose" said Pooh to himself. As pooh sat on the ground where he had fallen, he began to think again, and the first person he thought of was Sonja Marie.

So Winnie-the-pooh went around to his freinds house, she lived behind a green door in another part of the forest. "Good Morning" pooh said to Sonja, I was wondering if you had such a thing as a ballon about you?" pooh said. "why?" asked Sonja. "honey" whispered pooh. "you don't get honey with ballons" said Sonja with a little giggle. "well I do" replied pooh

So Pooh went on to explain his plan to Sonja Marie as to how he would use the ballon to fly up to the top of the tree (where the bee's kept the honey) and he would be able to get it that way! and to further help with this Pooh asked Sonja to walk around under the tree and pretend that he was a cloud. and as she walked she sang this song.

How sweet to be a cloud,

Floating in the Blue!

Every little cloud,

Always sings aloud.

up up and away How sweet to be a cloud,

Floating in the Blue!

It makes him very proud,

to be a little cloud!

   Well that plan of course didn't work, the Bee's were not fooled at all, "Sonja" yelled Pooh "these are the wrong sort of Bee's" , "I need to get down!" , "and I don't know how!". Sonja had an idea, she ran and got her freind 's cork gun, and "P O P" shot the ballon down out of the sky. Pooh fell to the ground once more, he looked up at her from the spot in which he had landed and said, You holding that gun, reminds me of a funny story about ! But that will have to wait for another day,

The End

 

 

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other fun Pooh things

 

chris and pooh           owl

eeyore           tigger

piglet           rabits

gopher        kanga and roo

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The graphics collected on this, and the linking Pooh pages were made by description_here, or description_here, or some were even made by ME ! belive it or not.


This map of 100-Aker Wood, along with the fictional characters Winnie-the-Pooh, Eeyore, Rabbit, Tigger, Piglet, Owl, Kanga, Roo, and Christopher Robin, are based on the original works of A. A. Milne and Ernest H. Shepard. This map, the characters, and their names are registered trademarks of Dutton Children's Books. Dutton Children's Books in no way endorses this Web site, nor are they affiliated with this page in any way.