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The Tao of Pooh


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Guest Landieth
Ah, yes! I remember seeing this when I used to work at Barnes and Noble. :) What do you think of it so far, Landieth?

 

 

I liked it.. and it made me look at Winnie the Pooh differently, ya know..

 

It's a smaller book, but has a great message. :)

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A friend of mine said she once purchased this book and gave it to her brother as a cute little joke. She thought it was cute and he liked pooh and all. She had no idea this was a serious book. I personally have not read the book. Some people still say it is not meant to be taken seriously and some say it is. Is it serious stuff or just a cute way of looking at things?

Rebie

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Guest Landieth
A friend of mine said she once purchased this book and gave it to her brother as a cute little joke. She thought it was cute and he liked pooh and all. She had no idea this was a serious book. I personally have not read the book. Some people still say it is not meant to be taken seriously and some say it is. Is it serious stuff or just a cute way of looking at things?

Rebie

 

 

It's serious, and cute at the same time. Lol.. it puts taoist philosophy to something you can relate to.

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It's serious, and cute at the same time. Lol.. it puts taoist philosophy to something you can relate to.

 

Cool, that is what I thought it was suppose to be. But some people tried to tell me different. Thanks for letting me know. I think I will get that book for my daughter. She may like that one. And I can read it too. :wink:

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