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This pair of monster Winnie the Pooh hits offer preschoolers the mildest of frights to add to their Halloween fun. "Frankenpooh" contains a trio of tyke-appropriate stories about a honey-guzzling Pooh on the loose, a ghostbusting Piglet, and the dreaded "Grabme Gotcha" who, friends fear, may have scared Piglet and Pooh away. In "Spookable Pooh," timid Piglet gets medieval on a magical kingdom's dragon and learns, with Pooh and company's help, that bad dreams can have happy endings. Familiar characters and fanciful stories should help young viewers steel themselves against common childhood fears. Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson

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  • August 27, 2002


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