'The title comes from a story in which Winnie-the-Pooh and Piglet build a house for Eeyore. In another story the game of Poohsticks is invented. As with the first book, the chapters are mostly in episodic format and can be read independently of each other. The only exception to this is with Chapters 8 and 9 - Chapter 9 carries directly on from the end of Chapter 8, as the characters search for a new house for Owl, his house having been blown down in the previous chapter.

Hints that Christopher Robin is growing up, scattered throughout the book, come to a head in the final chapter, in which the inhabitants of the Hundred Acre Wood throw him a farewell party after learning that he must leave them soon. It is made obvious, though not stated explicitly, that he is starting school. In the end, they say good-bye to Christopher Robin. Pooh and Christopher Robin say a long, private farewell, in which Pooh promises not to forget him.'

I absolutely loved this book.

I was so excited to get into this book after finishing the first book. My excitement paid off as I throughout enjoyed this book.

I loved getting to catch up with my favourite characters, and we had the added bonus in this book of getting to meet Tigger.

As expected, I was very excited to read about Eeyore. I was over the moon to see so many stories about or including Eeyore in this collection. As Eeyore I my absolute favourite, the more stories with Eeyore the better in my opinion.

This book, like its predecessor has the original illustrations by E.H. Sheppard. These illustrations perfectly compliment A.A. Milne's stories and really brings these characters to life.

If you haven't read The House At Pooh Corner, then you need to do yourself a favour and read it now. Winnie-the-Pooh maybe a children's series but I am almost positive everyone who reads them will enjoy them.

The House At Pooh Corner by A.A. Milne is a must read for all young readers and those readers who are young at heart.

Published by Geramie Kate Barker