When Tigger’s rambunctious bouncing knocks the Hundred Acre Wood gang to the ground one too many times, Rabbit hatches a plan to "unbounce" Tigger, enlisting the help of Pooh and Piglet to carry out his plan. Rabbit’s plan backfires, and he soon realizes that bouncing is one of "the wonderful things about Tiggers." The underlying message of this vividly illustrated book encourages young readers to practice acceptance and tolerance when faced with the differences of others.
Tie-in Activity: Use stuffed animals to illustrate similarities and differences to your child. Encourage him to recognize what makes each animal special, and discuss how these differences bring interest, fun, and excitement to his collection.