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LeapFrog My First LeapPad Book: Disney Pooh's Honey Tree


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  • Promotes reading readiness with interactive stories and activities
  • Engages preschoolers with words, music and sound effects
  • Plays learning games and sing-along music
  • Part of an engaging library of interactive books and cartridges
  • Manufacturer's recommended age 3 - 5
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LeapFrog My First LeapPad Book: Disney Pooh's Honey Tree + LeapFrog My First LeapPad Book: Once Upon a Rhyme
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Item Weight150 g
Product Dimensions1.3 x 19.3 x 22.1 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:3 years and up
Item model number20018
  
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ASINB00005NOKI
Best Sellers Rank 158,021 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight159 g
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Date First Available6 Sep 2002
  
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Produced to be used with My First LeapPad, Pooh's Honey Tree is an interactive story and activity book to reinforce first learning concepts and, above all, make learning fun.

The bright, bold illustrations are based on the modern Disney designs, and as youngsters turn each page, they are presented with a new activity or a new page from a story. Using the "magic pen" on the First LeapPad, pre-schoolers are encouraged to match shapes, find opposites, identify colours and shapes, match pairs, identify patterns and much more. When they get to the end of the book, they simply turn it around, and start to read the "Pooh's Honey Tree" story, following it word for word, again with the pen.

Sturdy, wipe-clean and visually appealing, the book is the perfect compliment for youngsters who have mastered the book included with the First LeapPad unit. It brings a fresh, innovative and interactive approach to learning traditional, basic skills with the help of an old favourite--Pooh Bear. Pre-schoolers (the book is aimed at 3+) will love to follow their friends in the Hundred Acre Wood, and won't even know they're learning. Great fun and a lovely way to get pre-readers interested in the written word. --Susan Naylor


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41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By joc66 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 21 April 2004
This is the best of the books currently available for the "First Leappad"system in the opinion of my toddler. The simple reason why? It featuresWinnie the Pooh! This would be a good book to get if you want to get yourchild into using the Leappad system, and once they've got the hang of it,you can introduce the others.
The book can be read as a story, witheach page containing activities or games, and then turned around forfurther activities. One typical page asks the child to point toparticular parts of Pooh's body, and another asks the child to point tovarious houses found in the Hundred Acre Wood in order to help owl findhis party hat.
This Pooh is the Disney version, so purists might notbe as keen as my little girl, but a strength of the product is that thevoices do sound very much like those from the films.
In short, if you've got the "My First Leappad" system, and your childshows even a passing interest in Winnie the Pooh, then I would suggest youbuy this book. There's a lot in it!
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Collene Harris on 2 Jan 2004
Our daughter received the 'My First Leap Pad' for Christmas and we bought the Winnie the Pooh Leap Pad book as an additional to the one supplied with the device. Well, you can forget the Frog character that comes with the Leap Pad...Pooh rules and as a result it has been the big success story this Christmas. Being instantly recognisable has meant that she is more willing to play with the Leap Pad and thoroughly enjoys using it and tends to try to do more things than with the original book.
Although not the most durable toy in the world due to it's need to be constantly flipped from page to page for different activites, we are finding that it is taking the strain OK. Especially now we have made sure she doesn't eat and drink whilst using the leap pad.
We love the My First Leap Pad and the Minnie the Pooh interactive book have enhaced that enjoyment for us all.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By "katy-jayne" on 17 Dec 2002
This toy is lovely and instantly recognisable because of it being Winnie the Pooh. It is a lovely thing to sit down and help your child with and to see them play the games and make the sounds. However the pages are still just paper like the original one that comes with My First LeapPad and so isn't hard wearing but it isn't designed for that sort of play. My boys love it and they have a head start trying to read the words because the characters are already so familiar to them.
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61 of 67 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful addition for a wonderful product 23 April 2002
By Kevin P. Grover - Published on Amazon.com
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Pooh and friends have entertained and taught children from the time when I was a kid. Now, it brings great joy to see my own 4 year-old enjoying the trials and tribulations of Pooh, Eeyore, and the rest of the inhabitants of hundred-acre wood.
The people at LeapPad have taken this knowledge and created a wonderful learning and entertainment tool for kids. My daughter finds hours of enjoyment from this - when many other things start to bore her. Somehow, she always finds fun, enjoyment, and something to learn from this, each and every day.
21 of 26 people found the following review helpful
Not many choices 30 Oct 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this for my 4 year old and she loves it. The only problem is It's for ages 3 and up but there aren't alot of new books to choose from that are growing with her. They all have basically the same stuff on them, just different characters. They are mostly up to age 4... She's 5 now, and needs more of a challenge. Please make more books!
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
BORING 27 May 2004
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I think the LEAP system is fantastic and wholeheartedly applaud the designer and company. I think many, many families will find the My First Leap System very useful and helpful. It's also so nice to find a product that does not have unbearably loud volume settings!!
We and our daughter also are fans of Winnie the Pooh. SO disapointing, then, that THIS book/cartridge are so poorly done. Many 2-year olds will find this boring and it is designed for 3-4 year olds. THIS set teaches very little and is not interesting (boring). They could have done so much with a POOH theme!! Don't waste your time with this one.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Can be frustrating 7 Jan 2003
By G. Avriett - Published on Amazon.com
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On some of the pages, the items that the child is to choose are small and if the child doesn't pick "just the right spot" on the item it tells them they got it wrong even if its right. Very frustrating for tiny hands just learning hand coordination skills, Overall the games are pretty fun, however,I don't really feel that several of the pages are educational at all, but still fun for kids just getting started in the leapfrog system.
My daughter loves the books and has gotten quite good and remembering to touch the "go" button when flipping pages to make the sounds go with the pages you are looking at.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Good for play on rainy days and just before bedtime. 11 Dec 2004
By Pete Vere - Published on Amazon.com
We bought this book for our daughter because she loves all the characters associated with Winnie the Pooh. We quickly discovered what others have noted, namely, it is rather slow-paced when compared to My First LeapPad's other books. The songs are slower, as is the story, and the activities are much more laid-back.

So while it doesn't hold our daughter's attention for long at normal times, we found it good for slowing down the pace on rainy days or just before bedtime. Which she has not learned as much from this book as from the others, the slower pace seems to have a calming effect on her, which as any parent of a four year-old will attest, can be a blessing.
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