The Life and Times of Winnie the Pooh: The Teddy Bear Who Inspired A. A. Milne

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2011-07-01
  • Publisher: Pelican Pub Co Inc
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Author A.A. Milne had help from his wife and young son in creating the characters of the 100 Acre Wood. Through the combined imagination of one family, a playtime fantasy turned into an international phenomenon. Winnie the Pooh soon outgrew his old home, leaving the Milne's far behind. Tracing the steps of the actual stuffed bear, the Milne family, and the loveable character they created, this biographical reference reveals how the Silly Old Bear became a worldwide symbol.

Table of Contents

Pooh Prefacep. 7
Explanation: Hand In Handp. 9
A Bear is Bornp. 14
A Present for the Babyp. 20
Introducing Moon, Blue, Daff and Noup. 25
When They Were Very Youngp. 35
Winnie the Who?p. 42
Pooh and Friendsp. 48
Hand in Handp. 51
Home to Hartfieldp. 55
Pooh's Cornerp. 61
His Fingers Blew Across the Pagep. 69
Pooh is the Spurp. 74
The Doldrumsp. 81
War and Peacep. 87
The Immigrantsp. 90
Winnie the Starp. 101
Home Againp. 105
Turmoilp. 111
The Shop at Pooh Cornerp. 120
Pooh the Philanthropistp. 127
Poogle it for Funp. 141
Don't Ever Forget Mep. 144
A Pooh Lifelinep. 148
Acknowledgementsp. 152
Indexp. 158
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