Book #70254

Winnie The Pooh On Problem Solving: In Which Pooh, Piglet, And Friends Explore How To Solve Problems, So You Can Too -1st Edition/1st Printing

Roger E. Allen, Stephen D. Allen
Book #70254 Winnie The Pooh On Problem Solving: In Which Pooh, Piglet, And Friends Explore How To Solve Problems, So You Can Too -1st Edition/1st Printing. Roger E. Allen, Stephen D. Allen.

Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Near Fine in Fine dust jacket
Edition: First Edition; First Printing
Publisher: Neptune, NJ: A Dutton Book, 1995.

First printing of a first edition in Near Fine conditon with minor damp stains to top page edge in Fine dust-jacket. Previous owner's blind stamp on front endpaper and half-title page.

Winnie The Pooh is a beloved children's book that follows the adventures of Winnie The Pooh, his friends Piglet, Eeyore, Rabbit, and Kanga. In this book, Winnie The Pooh teaches children how to solve problems and have fun doing it.; 12mo ; 175 pages.

Price: $37.00

Author Bio

A. A. Milne

Alan Alexander Milne is the beloved author and creator of Winnie-the-Pooh. Although renowned as a novelist and playwright during his own lifetime, his children's stories have become Milne's enduring legacy

The birth of his son, Christopher Robin, inspired Milne to try writing for a younger audience. First he wrote a collection of children's poems, followed by short stories that were the beginnings of his Winnie the Pooh tales. These now-legendary characters were based on the real-life Christopher Robin and his collection of stuffed animals.

Milne passed away at age 74 in January of 1956. The variety of his works and the popularity of Winnie the Pooh have made Milne perennially popular among collectors.