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Well there really is not much to say about the stories about Winnie the Pooh, his friends and Christopher Robin. The second book in the series is just as good and beautiful as the first and probably the other two. Even for adults (I’m 22) it is a really wonderful read. In fact I think that children’s books like this one should be read by an even larger crowd than it already is. Maybe even in schools or kindergartens. It teaches so much about friendship and growing up. Even if  those lessons might only reach you later in life.
I think there is not one child, and adult for that matter, who has not heard of that cute little bear. After all for almost a century (?) that bear moves both parties deeply. It’s always said that Pooh is a bear with very little brain but the contrary is the case. He understands so much probably more than he knows. 
Among the usual happy adventures in the Hundred Acres Wood is a mild catastrophe, which will bring out bravery in one animal, and a, in my opinion, moving ending. 
So naturally five stars for Pooh,  Piglet,  Eeyore, Rabbit, Tigger, Kanga, Roo, Owl and Christopher Robin. It’s almost impossible to give them a lower rating.