The following review is presented by contributing writer Geek Bug, as part of our Geek Squad Reviews project.
Book Title: Winnie-The-Pooh
Author: A.A. Milne
Illustrator: Ernest H. Shepard
Publisher: Penguin Books
Reviewer: The Geek Bug, 11 years old.
Winnie-the-Pooh is a fun and imaginative book. Pooh and his friends go on hilarious adventures such as, trying to catch a huffalump. My favorite story in this book is when Eeyore looses his tail.
The author, Mr. Milne, wrote Winnie-The-Pooh in a way anybody can understand. His tales show us good character traits in a laughable way. He shows that working together is always a worth while work. He also tells us what true friendship is. Simple. Meaningful.
At the beginning of this book, Mr. Milne is talking to Christopher Robin and telling him stories. Throughout the book, Christopher Robin interrupts Mr. Milne to ask him questions about the story. This makes it easy for all ages to understand what the author is trying to teach.
All of the stories in Winnie-The-Pooh are fantastic. They all teach lessons that remind us about friendship. Winnie-The-Pooh is a great book for all ages, but are certainly good for children ages four to eleven.
Winnie-The-Pooh is the best book I've read in a long time. This book is definitely worth the five stars I'm giving to it! I love this book and hope you will too.
RATING: 5 out of 5 Geek Stars
The Geek Bug is a regular contributing writer to Geek Squad Reviews, and the youngest daughter of writer & editor, Heather Mac, the Joyful Socks Mom. The Geek Bug is a fun-loving kid who enjoys reading, drawing, crafting, hand-knitting and more reading. She has one sister, and three brothers, and is a home educated student currently in the sixth grade. The Geek Bug is involved in her local 4-H club, competes in Horse Judging, and loves being part of the Silent Praise team at church.
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