Beyond the World of Pooh: Selections from the Memoirs of Christopher Milne

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A. R. Melrose
Methuen, 2001 - Authors, English - 302 pages
2 Reviews
This is the extraordinarily candid self-portrait of a shy, unassuming man who, despite worldwide childhood fame, sought only a life of quiet anonymity beyond the world of Pooh.

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User Review  - Callie - Goodreads

I came upon this book at the library and, strangely, brought it home to read. And then I actually read it, or most of it. I don't know why. But it changed my life. No, it didn't. That's a joke. I'm ... Read full review

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User Review  - David Timms - Goodreads

What a delight to find a book by Christopher Robin. Well, not exactly Christopher Robin - but the inspiration of the character. And to find some reality in the myths we all mentally create of how it ... Read full review

About the author (2001)

CHRISTOPHER MILNE was the world-famous son of A. A. Milne, the creator of Winnie-the-Pooh. He was also the basis for the character Christopher Robin in the Pooh stories.

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