1928 Edition Winnie The Pooh Antique 1st Printing Child A Milne Disney Bear Rare
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1928 Edition Winnie The Pooh Antique 1st Printing Child A Milne Disney Bear Rare:
The House at
This sale is for an original 1929 edition of "THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER" by A.A. Milne with decorations by Ernest H. Shepard.
This is an early second year printing and is a RARE! STATED THIRD EDITION.
YOU'LL FALL IN LOVE WITH THIS BOOK!
It is absolutely charming, filled with Milne's unique style and sophisticated humor in these masterly crafted tales bursting with witty dialogue, darling poems and songs that add such warmth. Accompanied are the enchanting numerous classicalILLUSTRATIONS! of Pooh and his friends that invitingly take you on their journeys. You don't have to be a child to appreciate these fine stories! This is another installment of the Pooh series. It opens with a "CONTRADICTION". It states:" An introduction is to introduce people, but Christopher Robin and his friends, who have already been introduced to you, are now going to say Good-Bye. So this is the opposite. But, of course, it really isn't Good-Bye, because the Forest will always be there….and anybody who is Friendly with Bears can find it."
We are united, once again, with the wonderful, charismatic characters of POOH, EEYORE, TIGGER, KANGA, ROO, PIGLET, OWL AND RABBIT along with CHRISTOPHER ROBIN, joyfully enticing us with their escapades. There are 10 chapters in this adventure filled volume. Christopher Robin changes over the course of the stories, however, it is in this volume where he offers his childhood fantasy world farewell and is ready to embark in the adult world. He continues to tell Pooh how much he likes doing nothing, and also states that he will always return to his fantasy world every now and then, just to do.... "Nothing."We can find a personality trait of ourselves in each one of these characters; whether you are young or old, this will always remain a "kid loved, parent approved" CLASSIC!! The first originalprinting was printed in September 1928. This was printed in October, 1928, making it a fifty-first printing.
Published in 1929, this book is in GOOD+ CONDITION! for its age; especially to be82 YEARS OLD!!!ALL PAGES ARE PRESENT!!! and tightly bound with NO TEARS!!! or stray markings.The interior text is clean, the pages are bright. The hinges and binding are firmly intact.This book measures 7 1/2" x 5 1/4" and consists of 178 pages. What a great GIFT IDEA! this would make for a baby shower, holiday gift or just to have this treasure for your own personal library!
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR…..Milne is the creator of Winnie the Pooh, the beloved stuffed bear who starred in a series of books by Milne and (much later) in the animated films of Walt Disney. Milne was an author and playwright who found his greatest success writing tales for children; his 1924 book of poetry When We Were Very Young became an enduring classic. Winnie-the-Pooh was published in 1926; the book was inspired in part by the stuffed toys of Milne's son, Christopher Robin, who appears in the stories with Pooh. Pooh's adventures were also covered in Milne's books Now We Are Six (1927) and The House at Pooh Corner (1928). Milne's children's books were illustrated by Ernest H. Shephard... Milne was also a playwright and a frequent contributor to the British humor magazine Punch... He also authored the detective story The Red House Mystery (1922), which was famously insulted by Raymond Chandler in his essay The Simple Art of Murder.
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