Turtle has long been concerned with the
education of our junior comrades. Disappointed with the bourgeois
drivel that passes for children's fiction these days, a Turtle Collective
has formed to combat the indoctrination of our youth with a series of
heartwarming tales involving a bear, his best friend Christopher Robin,
and socialism with Chinese characteristics.
Chapter 1 - "All reactionaries are paper tigers"
which Pooh discovers the dual nature of his best friend Tigger
2 - "One country, four paws"
which Pooh discovers Three Acre Wood and is only temporarily deceived
by the Running Dogs of Capitalism
3 - "Paper Tigers and People's Kangaroos"
which a bear of very little brain discovers that one family, one child
really is best
4- "Why Trees Are Better Than Flowers in the Courtyard"
which Winnie-the-Pooh develops popular forest management techniques
5- "Running Dogs and the Revolutionary Guard"
which One Hundred Acre Wood’s Central Committee undergoes a democratic
6- "Where the Woozle possibly Wasn't"
which One Hundred Acre Wood may or may not have been threatened by a
7- "Higher Purposes"
which Eeyore throws a stick into the air so high that it does not come
down for a while