Winner of the Best Classic Book 2012: Winnie-The-Pooh
Why the bear with very little brain has been winning hearts for generations…
Strictly speaking, this hunny-loving bear belonged to Christopher Robin. But any child who has ever settled down with a copy of Winnie-the-Pooh – and as it was published in 1926 there’s been a lot of them – is likely to have taken him to heart.
In this book, Pooh and his friends find themselves caught up in a series of adventures – Pooh’s search for “hunny” sees him dangling helplessly from a balloon, Pooh and Piglet are bamboozled by the multiplying tracks of Woozles and Eeyore loses his tail.
This is the ultimate timeless classic for children and adults alike to enjoy again, and again, and again...
Winnie-The-Pooh by AA Milne, illustrated EH Shepard (Egmont, £6.99)
Who won Picture Book Of The Year 2012?
Illustration copyright 2012 E H Shepard and Egmont Ltd.
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