First edition of the second book of short stories about Christopher Robin's forest friends, including the Hundred Acre Wood's newest resident, Tigger.
Very good plus.
THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER
In this collection, we learn that the "house" of the title is Eeyore's, which is (re)built by Piglet and Pooh; that Tigger does not like honey; and that while young Christopher Robin must go off to boarding school, the enchanted place of Pooh and his friends will always be waiting for him. The last of the four books in the Pooh series.
London: Methuen, (1928). 7.5'' x 5''. Original pink cloth, gilt vignette and gilt-lettered spine. Top edge gilt. Illustrated by Shepard with lovely black and whites illustrations throughout. xii, 178,  pages. Offsetting to endpapers; spine faded and bottom corners bumped.
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