I Love You Winnie the Pooh: Picture Book
When Christopher Robin tells his favorite bear these words, Winnie the Pooh decides to do all the things a Best Bear should. But after a long day of making his friends gloomy or grumpy or just plain soggy, Pooh isn't sure he really is a Best Bear. What will Christopher Robin think of him now?This warm-hearted story is about being loved for who you are -- and who you try to...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 8th 1999 by Random House Disney
(first published January 1st 1999)
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I Love You Winnie the Pooh by Ellen Titlebaum is a great picture book which moral of the story is to be who you are and you will be loved. Winnie the Pooh loves Christopher Robin and decides to try and help all his friends. However, they don't appreciate him as Christopher does and when Winnie the Pooh doubts himself Christopher Robin reassures him that he is the best bear friend anyone can have because he is himself and christopher says "I love you". This book has some lengthy text but I enjoye...more