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Walt Disney's Winnie the Pooh: The Merry Christmas Mystery
The Merry Christmas Mystery (Disney's Winnie the Pooh / Golden Look-Look Book)
Hardcover, 1 page
Published December 1st 1993 by Golden Books
(first published 1993)
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The Merry Christmas Mystery, by Betty Birney, is a part of the Golden Look-Look Book collection and uses the characters from Disney’s Winnie the Pooh. It is a story about Pooh Bear and his friends waking up on Christmas morning. Pooh is startled yet grateful for his gift from Santa Clause. After he gets ready for the Annual Christmas Sing-Along he does ever Christmas Day with his friends, Piglet picks him up to head over to the event. As they meet up with everyone, they notice how bizarre all of ...more
This is a cute Winnie the Pooh book. It features a Christmas mystery. The pals in The Hundred Acre Wood are getting ready to decorate The Great Pine Tree. We enter the story at Pooh's house where he is excited to see if Santa left him any smackerls of honey but what he finds confuses him. As the story goes on it seems that each pal has received an odd gift from Santa. The mystery is solved when Owl points out that the signs pointing to each pal's house is pointing in the wrong direction. Santa m ...more
This was a good story with familiar characters. Pooh and all his friends end up getting all these weird mismatched gifts. In the end they find out the storm had blew the sign around and Santa had delivered all their gifts to the wrong houses. So they all exchanged gifts with each other back to the right gifts and decorated the tree. Everyone is happy in the end.
From kindergarten through graduation, I attended school in Affton, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis. Then I graduated from Webster College (now Webster University) in Webster Groves, Missouri. Of course, I majored in English and kept on writing.
After working in advertising in St. Louis, Missouri and in Chicago, Illinois, I eventually moved to Southern California. First, I worked for Disneyland (fun ...more