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Product NameThree Cheers For Eeyore Rabbit
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Long DescriptionTwo of Winnie the Pooh's sidekicks take center stage in these four tales about friendship. Eeyore of the slow-mo, downcast voice gives heart to Eeyi, Eeyi, Eeyore , which shows him nurturing a plant by singing to it and, amazingly, making what appeared to be a worthless seed grow. ''Just had to let them know there was a friend up here,'' he drawls. The New Eeyore drives home the point that you've just got to be you as the donkey impersonates Tigger in a misguided quest for popularity. Silliness reigns in Honey for a Bunny , while Rabbit Takes a Holiday gently pokes fun at Rabbit's neatnik, homebody nature. For good measure, sprinkled throughout is a generous dollop of Pooh-isms, such as ''I believe I may have misremembered what Rabbit may have told me.'' Come again? That's the idea. --Valerie J. Nelson
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