Synopses & Reviews
Winnie-the Pooh, first introduced by A.A.Milne in 1926, has become the most famous teddy bear in the world. To commemorate Pooh's 75th anniversary, Brian Sibley has written this richly detailed yet exceedingly readable account that celebrates Just What Pooh Did!
Lavishly illustrated with Ernest Shepard's full-color artwork and original sketches, as well as photographs, newspaper reports, and manuscript pages in Milne's own handwriting, this beautifully designed book is perfect for both seasoned Pooh admirers and those eager to get better acquainted with the Best Bear in All the World-Winnie-the-Pooh.
Winnie-the-Pooh loves a little smackerel of something, and so do the devoted readers of A.A. Milne's timeless tales. Here is an eye-catching collection of "the best of Pooh"--favorite stories like "Winnie-the-Pooh and Some Bees" and "Pooh Goes Visiting" and such unforgettable verses as "Us Two" and "Teddy Bear." The ten selections are beautifully accented by Ernest H. Shepard's full-color illustrations. This honey-pot full of wit and whimsy is perfect for gift giving.