Good as Gold

Good as GoldWhile Searching For His Missing Honey Pot, Pooh And His Friends See A Beautiful Rainbow Owl Tells Them There S Supposed To Be A Pot Of Gold At The End, So They All Set Out In Search Of The Treasure Instead, The Friends Stumble Upon Other Precious Finds A Rock, A Robin S Egg, And A Nest The Gold Eludes Them, But Pooh Saves The Day When He Finds His Missing Honey Pot And Fills It With Berries In The Colors Of The Rainbow As The Group Heads Home After A Fun Filled Day, They All Agree That They Are Very Rich Indeed.

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  • Hardcover
  • 44 pages
  • Good as Gold
  • Ann Braybrooks
  • English
  • 14 June 2019
  • 9781885222558

10 thoughts on “Good as Gold

  1. says:

    Reading my dad s first book this afternoon made me think about the first book I ever remembered reading It was this one The first in a 19 book series about Winnie the Pooh a.k.a my favorite animated character of all time sigmems

  2. says:

    Got the whole set of these books when I was little Used to read them all the time Found them while cleaning and decided to read them to my mom.

  3. says:

    My son loves these volumed treasuries and I do too I didn t have any from this series as a kid, it s new to my son s nursery In this book, the inhabitants of the hundred acre wood spot a rainbow, and trek across the wood to try and find the treasure at th...

  4. says:

    Through enchanting illustrations and clever prose, Ann Braybrooks delivers an important moral to both children and their parents, that is, that gold does not necessarily have to be found at the end of a rainbow, but rather anywhere ...

  5. says:

    I love Winnie the Pooh books I have nearly next to all of the apart from Look before you bounce.

  6. says:

    my kids enjoyed this book I thought it was a nice and quick read I would recommend this book to others.

  7. says:

    This book is suitable for nursery and primary age children.At the beginning of the book Winnie the Pooh is counting his honey pots and notices one of them is missing Roo comes hopping in the ddor and tells Pooh to come look at the rainbow outside when he gets outside he finds Owl and Tigger they set off to find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow On the way they ran into Piglet On the way Piglet found a shiny rock he thought was a piece of gold Pooh noticed Piglet felt embarresed about being wrong but told Piglet he could keep the rock and it made him feel better as they continued on there search, Tigger came across a robins egg he liked the color of the eggs and decided to take one with him Roo wanted to keep the nest the eggs were in As they got close to the end, they got excited about the gold Owl was disappointed to find that the only thing at the end of the rainbow was Poohs missing honey pot Owl was upset that he didnt find any treasure so Pooh ate al the honey out of his pot and went off into the woods He came back with a pot full of red, blue, green, and yellow berries He gave the pot to Owl and told him now he had his own rainbow in a pot and this made owl happy on the way home owl asked if he had told the group what his uncle said about good friendsthey are as ...

  8. says:

    I liked it.

  9. says:

    Another hand me down from Annie The boys frequently pick it at bedtime, so it gets an abridged reading.4 2 11 Part of afternoon reading time on the sofa with Dad.

  10. says:

    Childhood favorite

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