Winnie the Pooh and all-all-all
Winnie the Pooh is a teddy bear, a great friend of Christopher Robin. With him there are a variety of stories. One day, going out into the clearing, Winnie the Pooh sees a tall oak tree, at the top of which something is buzzing: zhzhzhzhzhzhzh! In vain no one will buzz, and Winnie the Pooh is trying to climb a tree for honey. Falling into the bushes, the bear goes to Christopher Robin for help. Taking the blue balloon from the boy, Winnie-the-Pooh rises into the air, singing “a special song to Tuchkin”: “I’m a Cloud, Cloud, Cloud, And not a bear, Ah, how nice to Tuchke! Fly through the sky!”
But the bees behave “suspiciously”, according to Winnie the Pooh, that is, they suspect something.
One day Pooh went to visit Rabbit, who lived in a hole. Winnie-the-Pooh always was not averse to “refresh himself,” but on a visit to Rabbit he clearly allowed himself to be superfluous and therefore, getting out, got stuck in the hole. A faithful friend of Winnie the Pooh, Christopher Robin, read the books aloud to him for a whole week, but inside, in the hole. Rabbit (with the permission of Pooh) used his hind legs as a towel rack. Pooh was getting thinner and thinner, and now Christopher Robin said: “It’s time!” and grabbed hold of Pooh’s forepaws, and
In addition to Winnie the Pooh and the Rabbit, Piglet (“Very Little Being”) live in the forest, Owl (she is a grammarian and can even write her name – “SAVA”), always a sad donkey Eeyore. The donkey once had a tail, but Pooh managed to find him. In search of the tail Pooh wandered to the all-knowing Council. The owl lived in this castle, according to the bear cub. On the door she had a bell with a button, and a bell with a cord. Under the bell hung an announcement: “I ASK to fall for Esli not being trafficked.” The announcement was written by Christopher Robin, because even the Council could not do it. Pooh tells the Council that Eeyore lost his tail and asks for help finding him. The owl starts up theoretical discussions, and poor Pooh, who is known to have sawdust in his head, soon ceases to understand what is at stake, and to the questions Owl answers in turn that ” Owl explains that once in the woods she saw this string and rang, then rang very loudly, and pulled off the lace… Pooh explains to the Council that this lace is very necessary to Eeyore, that he loved him, one might say, was attached to him. With these words, Pooh unhooks the lace and carries Eeyore, and Christopher Robin nails it into place. Owl explains that once in the woods she saw this string and rang, then rang very loudly, and pulled off the lace… Pooh explains to the Council that this lace is very necessary to Eeyore, that he loved him, one might say, was attached to him. With these words, Pooh unhooks the lace and carries Eeyore, and Christopher Robin nails it into place.
Sometimes new animals appear in the forest, for example, Kang’s mom and Tiny Ru.
Initially, Rabbit decides to teach Kanga a lesson (he is outraged that she is carrying a child in her pocket, he is trying to count how many pockets he needed, if he also decided to carry the children in this way – it turns out that seventeen, and one for a handkerchief! ): steal Roo Ru and hide it, and when Kenga starts looking for him, tell her “AHA!” in such a tone that she understood everything. But that Kenga did not immediately notice the loss, Piglet should jump into her pocket instead of Rush Tiny. And Winnie the Pooh must speak with Kenga very enthusiastically, that she turned away for a minute, then Rabbit can escape with Tiny Roux. The plan succeeds, and Kanga discovers the substitution, only being at home. She knows that Christopher Robin will not let anyone hurt Tiny Rush, and decides to play Piglet. He, however, tries to say “AHA!”, but this does not have any effect on Kanga. She is preparing a bath for Piglet, continuing to call him “Ru”. Piglet unsuccessfully tries to explain to Kenge who he really is, but she pretends that she does not understand what’s the matter, And now Piglet is already washed, and he is waiting for a spoon of fish oil. From the medicine, Christopher Robin’s arrival saves him, Piglet tears to him with tears, pleading to confirm that he is not Little Roo. Christopher Robin confirms that this is not Roo, whom he just saw at the Rabbit, but refuses to recognize Piglet, because Piglet is “of a completely different color.” Kenga and Christopher Robin decide to call him Henry Pushel. But then the newly-born Henry Puschel manages to wriggle out of Kenge’s hands and run away. Never had he run so fast! Only a hundred paces from the house he stops running and rolls on the ground, to regain their own familiar and sweet color. So Little Roo and Keng stay in the forest.
Another time in the forest there is a Tiger, an unknown beast, who smiles broadly and affably. Pooh treats Tigra with honey, but it turns out that the Tigers do not like honey. Then they two go on a visit to Piglet, but it turns out that the Tigers do not eat and acorns. Thistle, which treated the Tigger Eeyore, he also can not eat. Winnie-the-Pooh bursts into verse: “What to do with the poor Tigra? How can we save him, because he who does not eat anything can not grow!”
Friends decide to go to Kenge, and there finally Tigger finds his food to his liking – it’s fish oil, the hateful medicine of Baby Rush. So Tigger settles in Kenga’s house and always gets fish oil for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And when Kenga believed that he should refresh himself, she gave him a spoonful of another porridge. (“But I personally think,” Piglet used to say in such cases, “that he is already strong enough.”)
Events follow their own course: the “expedition” to the North Pole is sent, the Piglet is saved from a flood in the umbrella of Christopher Robin, the storm destroys the Owl’s house, and the donkey looks for her house (which turns out to be the house of Piglet), and Piglet goes to live with Winnie-the-Pooh, then Christopher Robin, having already learned to read and write, leaves (not quite clear how, but it is clear that he is leaving) from forests…
The animals say goodbye to Christopher Robin, Eeyore writes a terribly confusing poem for this case, and when Christopher Robin, after reading it to the end, looks up, he sees only Winnie the Pooh. Together they go to the Enchanted Place. Christopher Robin tells Pooh different stories, which immediately get mixed up in his stuffed with sawdust head, and finally dedicates him to knights. Then Christopher Robin asks the bear to promise that he will never forget him. Even when Christopher Robin turns 100 years old. (“How much will I have then?” Asks Pooh. “Ninety-nine,” replies Christopher Robin.) “I promise,” nods Pooh. And they walk along the road.
And wherever they come and whatever happens to them – “here, in the Enchanted Place on top of a hill in the woods, a little boy will always, always play with his bear cub.”