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Benjamin Hoff
Birth date: January 01, 1946
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MoreThanWordsLK
MoreThanWordsLK rated it 4 years ago
I found this book to be very thought provoking as well as wonderfully written. The Te of Piglet explores the characteristics of Piglet on a deeper level. While typically depicted as the trembling, shy member of the Winnie-the-Pooh gang, this book delves deeper into Piglet's psyche and shows the true...
MoreThanWordsLK
MoreThanWordsLK rated it 4 years ago
Much like its companion book , The Te of Piglet, this book takes a deeper look at the lovable, clumsy character that is Winnie-the-Pooh. The author does an amazing job of delving into Pooh's psyche and proves that there is more that makes this bear tick than just honey. While the content includes mu...
ReneePaule
ReneePaule rated it 4 years ago
It would be easy to dismiss this book by its cover as a ‘child’s read’ and leave it on the shelf. That would be a shame, for this charming book portrays the principles of Taoism through the story of Winnie the Pooh - and the other characters - in such a way that it makes the reader stop… and think a...
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 5 years ago
bookshelves: fraudio, winter-20122013, philosophy, china, spring-2014, re-visit-2014, re-read, e-book, essays Read from February 07, 2013 to May 08, 2014 http://youtu.be/ksVgOSJ_Kv0Opening: ''You see, Pooh," I said, ''a lot of people don't seemto know what Taoism is ... "''Yes?" said Pooh, blin...
TinyThoughtGuy
TinyThoughtGuy rated it 5 years ago
Once again Hoff uses Winnie the Pooh characters as a vehicle to explain Taoism, but in the Te of Piglet, Hoff carries the discussion a step further and links his thoughts with some of the issues facing society today. While on a personal level I may agree with most of what he is saying, I found that ...
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