Welcome to Piglet's Beech Tree

Hallo and welcome! I'm so happy you stopped by to visit. You walk up the path to Piglet's House and note that it is unusually quiet. There's no movement around except for the gentle breeze rustling the leaves above. The front step is bare, not a potted plant, broom nor welcome mat to be seen. A faded yellow card pinned on the door us the only thing betraying the house's occupancy. You take it off and find a key wrapped up inside along with a note. It's for the moving company. They haven't arrived yet. Just pile the boxes inside, Piglet directs them. He'll unpack later. When they're done, call him at Pooh's. He'll take it from there. Repinning the note to the door you turn around and head back down the path. You'll have to stop by another time.

  • Genealogy Sites on the Internet

  • Jana's Craft Collection

  • KinderArt -Art Education - free art lessons for k-8

  • Making Friends and Other Crafts for Kids

  • Russian

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    Play With Piglet!


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    Song Lyrics


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    100 Akre Sounds


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    Haycorn Mixup Game

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    Piglet's Artsy Spots

  • Inkspot: Resources for Writers
  • The Young Writers Club
  • StoryTellers Challenge Writing Page
  • Netnovel
  • Purple Crayon
  • Children's Writing Resource Center
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    Leave and go visit:

    [Pooh] [Eeyore] [Tigger] [Owl] [Rabbit] [Kanga] [Roo] [Piglet] [C.Robin] [Bookstore] [Help Desk] [Main Page]

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    Please sign Pooh's guestbook before you leave and leave your comments and/or suggestions.
    We love hearing from people who check out these pages.

    Pooh Eating
    Last updated on August 17, 1998
    Maintained by Rebecca Stephenson (and Piglet)
    All original content RJS, 1998. A disclaimer.
    Special thanks to Geocities for providing space for this page.

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