Item description for Where is Eeyore? (Pooh Slide and Find Books) by A. A. Milne, E. H. Shepard & Ernest H. Shepard...
Overview Winnie the Pooh searches all over for his friend Eeyore to give him a birthday present. On board pages.
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Studio: Dutton Juvenile
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.64" Width: 6.64" Height: 0.65" Weight: 0.67 lbs.
Binding Board Books
Release Date Aug 31, 2001
Publisher Dutton Juvenile
Grade Level Pre School
Series Winnie The Pooh
ISBN 0525465405 ISBN13 9780525465409 UPC 050553006998
Availability 98 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 24, 2016 03:19.
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More About A. A. Milne, E. H. Shepard & Ernest H. Shepard
A. A. Milne was born in 1882 in London. He was a playwright and journalist as well as a poet and storyteller. His classic children's books were inspired by his son, Christopher Robin. Milne died in 1956. Born in Budapest in 1910, Alexander Lenardwas a graduate of the famous Theresianum in Vienna. A refugee from Hitler who migrated to Brazil by the way of Rome, he worked variously as a pharmacist, math teacher, quiz show contestant, farmer, painter, poet, and pianist as well as, of course, a translator. At the time of his death in 1972 he was fluent in twelve languages. Winnie Ille Pu was the product of over seven years of work, beginning with a German translation of the famous classic in 1951, on which A.A. Milne personally congratulated him."
A. A. Milne lived in London. A. A. Milne was born in 1882 and died in 1956.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Where is Eeyore? (Pooh Slide and Find Books)?
Frequently requested Jul 17, 2008
This is a basic cumulative tale. Walter finally jumps so high he falls through the floor, and as he goes on more and more residents of his apartment building fall with him, down and down in a rhyming fashion.
Eventually Walter wakes up - just in time for his upstairs neighbor to fall on top of him.
The absurdly calm quips everybody makes as the whole building falls in on top of them are worth reading all by themselves.
I will note that this is a very long, pretty involved book. It might not be suited for very young children, under the age of four or so.
Two boys' review: Great idea doesn't live up to its promise Jul 14, 2008
While the concept was interesting and the problem real (Our two boys bounce every chance they get!), the story quickly devolves into jumbled rhymes and no clear storyline. The book doesn't rise to Dr. Suess quality. The rhymes are leaden ("Hattie, Battie, Fattie...") and fall faster than the boy tumbles though his apartment floors.
On a positive note, it was nice to see a kids book that uses an apartment building as its main setting. The classics are usually set in a house or, more specifically, a farm house. We live in the suburbs, so it was great to illustrate how children live in apartments. BTW: Santa's Book of Names illustrates how Santa delivers to children living in apartments.
In summary, Tedd Arnold's story doesn't stand up to the Dr. Suess classics, which offer better storylines and rhymes. Rating: Three stars.
A TImeless Book Apr 6, 2008
No Jumping On the Bed is one of those timeless books that children love to hear over and over again. Our high school students usually pick it as a favorite to read to the elementary children during Love of Reading Week each year.
No Jumping on the Bed! Sep 11, 2007
ISBN 0803700385 - Pretty much everyone who was ever a kid has jumped on a bed, and pretty much everyone who's ever been a parent has told them to stop. Then there are those parents who just can't resist pointing out potential consequences, like "One day it'll crash right through the floor."
That's what Walter's father told him. He was wrong - it happened one NIGHT, not one day. In fact, the very night he said it could happen it did. Walter went straight down into Miss Hattie's dining room - then took her along as he crashed through floor after floor, picking up neighbors as they fell, until they reached the basement, where... nah, read it yourself.
Funny, but not exactly flowing text. The illustrations are very nice, cartoonish in the way all of Arnold's books are. Kids will enjoy finding out, the easy way, what could happen if they really DID send their bed crashing through the floor!
No Jumping On The Bed Jul 17, 2003
Author: Tedd Arnold
When Walter starts jumping on the bed his Dad tells him, "Don't jump on the bed or you might fall through the floor." I don't think the little boy wants to stop jumping on the bed. The author seems to understand what kids can go through and I hope there are other people who want to read this book to their kids. This is a very creative book and I think that someone who can write a book and somehow know almost everything a kid will do, must really understand kids. Tedd Arnold is a very creative person. I would read this book to my little brothers, sisters and cousins because it's a very good book and it's appropriate for children eight and younger.