Winnie the Pooh

Life And Times Of The Real Winnie-the-pooh, The: The Teddy Bear Who Inspired A. A. Milne

Life And Times Of The Real Winniethepooh

Pelican Publishing

Author: Shirley Harrison


"When the first Winnie-the-Pooh book was published, it was hugely successful people throughout the world fell in love with the bear that could never get enough 'hunny.' This biography traces the steps of the actual stuffed bear from his creation to his final resting place in the Children's Center of the New York Public Library."--P. of jacket.
Written by Shirley Harrison and it was published sometime in 2011 by Pelican Publishing. The children's book is about Themes, motives. This is the 1st Pelican ed. has 192 pages and it includes illustrations. The book is 0.9" Height x 9.1" Length x 6.2" Width. It has got a weight of 1 lbs.

The genuine stuffed bear that became an international symbol of hope. Through the combined imagination of one family, a playtime fantasy turned into an international phenomenon. It truly is going to be the recorded beginnings and improvement of the internationally recognized bedtime story. Winnie the Pooh soon outgrew his old home, leaving the Milnes far behind. This biographical reference traces the steps of the actual stuffed bear, the Milne family, as well as the loveable character they created. The beloved characters from the Hundred Acre Wood were produced by author A. A. Milne with the support of his wife and young son.


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