But how did it all begin?
Alan Alexander Milne Winnie -the - Pooh
Alan Alexander Milne & Christopher Robin Alan Alexander Milne might never have written for children had it not been for the birth of his son, Christopher Robin Milne, in 1920.
How Winnie got his name… Back in 1921, a small stuffed bear bought from Harrods department store was given to Christopher Robin (more often called Billy), from his mother, Daphne. This bear was …
A real bear named Winnie was a popular attraction at the London Zoo. At the outbreak of World War I,a Canadian veterinary surgeon was on his way from Winnipeg he bought a bear cub from the hunter …
The name "Pooh," rather surprisingly, came not from a bear but a swan. A. A. Milne wrote:"Christopher Robin, who feeds this swan in the mornings, has given him the name of 'Pooh. …
Pooh’s friends Eeyore was a Christmas present in 1921, and Piglet was a gift from a neighbour in Chelsea. Kanga and Roo appeared in the nursery in 1925. (Roo had disappeared many years before this …
A. A. Milne called Owl and Rabbit "my own unaided work. " They were the only two characters drawn not from Christopher's toys but from the natural world near Cotchford Farm, the …
Where it took place… The Winnie-the-Pooh stories are set in Ashdown Forest, Sussex, England. In 1925 Milne, a Londoner, bought a country home a mile to the north of the forest at Cotchford Farm, near …
How the world knew… Winnie-the-Pooh first appeared by name on 24 December 1925, in a Christmas story commissioned and published by the London newspaper The Evening News. It was illustrated by J. H. …
Who gave Pooh his appearance… All these books were illustrated in a beautiful way by E. H. Shepard
How it finished… Over 100 Pooh books have been published by Dutton Children's Books alone, and Winnie-the-Pooh has been translated into over 50 languages, including Russian.
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