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The World Of Pooh; The Complete Winnie-The-Pooh and The House At Pooh Corner
The World Of Pooh The Complete Winnie-The-Pooh and The House At Pooh Corner Author:A.A. Milne When the first stories of Winnie-The-Pooh were written there were three animals in the nursery: stuffed animals to the visitor, but to the resident very much alive. They were Pooh, Piglet and Eeyore. Pooh had been the first birthday present, Eeyore was the Christmas present of a few months later. Piglet was n undated arrival at the hands of a st... more »ranger, who had often noticed a little boy walking in the street with his nurse and sometimes stopped and talked with them.
With these three friends, and an imaginary Owl and Rabbit, the stories began; and as they went on, additions to the family were made in the persons of Kanga (with Roo in her pouch) and Tigger. It must be confessed that the newcomers were carefully chosen, with the idea of not only giving pleasure to the reader, but also fresh inspiration to the chronicler of their adventures.
Five of these animals are in America. The sixth one, Roo, is believed to be somewhere in Sussex.« less