The Cognitive Distortions of the Characters of Hundred Acre Wood

A long time ago, I read a wonderful book called the Tau of Pooh by Benjamin Hoff. It explains the Tauism philosophy via the behaviour and actions of Winnie the Pooh as well as the other characters in Pooh’s universe. 
It occurred to me recently, while studying Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, that the various Cognitive Distortions might map neatly on to those same characters and this might be a simple memorable way to understand these distortions. 
However, a Google search tells me that this is not an original thought at all and such a post, albeit focused on the character Eeyore, has already been written on this: Marissa Lee - Cognitive Distortions With Eeyore
Maybe one day, after a bit more CBT practise, I'll have a go at the timid character Piglet who labels himself so very small and weak, the feigned superiority of Owl who is anxious that the fact he can't actually read is never discovered, or the egotistical overconfidence of Tigger who cognitively distorts himself into crippling mood swings.