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This book doesn't compare with Hoff's earlier book, The Tao of Pooh.
They believe the negative but not the positive and are so obsessed with What's Wrong that the Good Things in Life pass them by unnoticed.
I recently read this book after first reading it over ten years ago, and am glad I kept it all these years.
This should be read along with The Tao of Pooh - they both explain the fundamentals of Taoism in easy to understand terms using A. A. Milne's beloved characters.Published 1 month ago by Pamela Mosconi
easy to read and understand. loaded with wisdom. not quite easy enough for kids, but teens can appreciate it if they're not stubborn.Published 1 month ago by William J. Price
As the book describes itself, it is a companion to the Tao Of Pooh. It explores different rooms in the house any Taoist could be building. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Adam I.M.
If you have read The Tao of Pooh, then you have to read this one also. Even if you haven't read it, it's a good buy. I wish there were more to this series.Published 5 months ago by John McLaughlin
I was put off on the whole book. I love the Tao of Pooh, but in this book the author spends a lot of time criticizing the Western culture and how it has failed. Read morePublished 6 months ago by B
The Te of Piglet, written a decade after the bestselling Tao of Pooh, takes largely the same approach of explaining Taoism for modern Western readers, but covers ground not fully... Read morePublished 6 months ago by musicfan28if
I chose this rating because I love the book!! It has a great message for adults and children! There is nothing I dislike about this product-it is a great read! Read morePublished 7 months ago by phlorra
The Te of Piglet, written a decade after the bestselling Tao of Pooh, takes largely the same approach of explaining Taoism for modern Western readers, but covers ground not fully... Read morePublished 7 months ago by musicfan28if