Winnie-the-Pooh by A. A. Milne

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The animals in the stories have human characteristics and their affectionate interaction echoes the tie between father and son. Although the book is categorized as a children's book, it also connects with adults.
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Happy 80th birthday, Pooh! The Bear of Very Little Brain and his friends from the Hundred Acre Wood have delighted generations of readers since Winnie-the-Pooh was first published in 1926. This deluxe anniversary edition of Winnie-the-Pooh is the perfect way to celebrate the enduring popularity of A. A. Milne's classic work. The interior features the unabridged text and Ernest H. Shepard's charming illustrations in full color on cream-colored stock. It is an impressive package for new fans and collectors both. Three cheers for Pooh!
 

About A. A. Milne

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Alan Alexander Milne (1882-1956) was a playwright, an es Alan Alexander Milne (1882-1956) was a playwright, an essayist, a novelist, and a short-story writer. He is best knosayist, a novelist, and a short-story writer. He is best known as the creator of a series of children's books about a tewn as the creator of a series of children's books about a teddy bear named Winnie-the-Pooh. Milne was also a longtime coddy bear named Winnie-the-Pooh. Milne was also a longtime contributor and assistant editor at the British humor magazinentributor and assistant editor at the British humor magazine "Punch". "Punch".
 
Published September 3, 2009 by Dutton Books for Young Readers. 163 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference, Action & Adventure, Humor & Entertainment, Biographies & Memoirs, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Cooking. Fiction
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Fantasy Book Review

Good
on Jan 04 2015

The five stories are told in a charming and unhurried way that will enchant children and adults alike.

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Good
on Jan 28 2014

The animals in the stories have human characteristics and their affectionate interaction echoes the tie between father and son. Although the book is categorized as a children's book, it also connects with adults.

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Things Mean a Lot

Excellent
on Apr 28 2008

They are part of an act of joint storytelling, and there is such tenderness, such warmth in the way this is done. The book shows this in a simple and subtle but very touching way.

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Reading to Know

Excellent
Reviewed by Carrie on Mar 03 2014

It's fun to share stories with people who are so clearly enjoying the tale and themselves in the process. To say I LOVED reading this book to my kids doesn't quite take it far enough. Really, the pleasure was all mine!

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Excellent
on Apr 19 2009

Those who are only familiar with the Disney versions may not realize the wonderful subtle humor and charm of the original books. It’s hard to imagine anyone of any age not enjoying these stories.

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