L'Orso Puh e i suoi amici non hanno Cervello nella testa, ma solo peluria grigia, il che farebbe pensare che siano soltanto dei giocattoli. Eppure sono capaci di vivere memorabili avventure, come catturare quasi un Guzzo, incontrare un Effalumpo, perdere la coda e ritrovarla, compiere gli anni e ricevere due regali, scoprire il 'Palo Nord', restare contemporaneamente circondati dalle acque e infine andare tutti alla Festa in Onore di Puh. Il guaio è che Christopher Robin, quando cerca di ricordare tutto questo, a volte se ne dimentica. Ma forse, invece, basta chiederlo ai milioni di bambini che hanno letto questo Classico in tutto il mondo. Winnie Puh è un libro di culto tra gli adulti e i bambini, senza limiti di età anche grazie alla diffusione del personaggio della Disney. Età di lettura: da 6 anni.
- ISBN: 8884516803
- Casa Editrice: Salani
- Pagine: 176
- Data di uscita: 26-02-2009
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