Winnie-the-Pooh prequel guide will mark the bear’s 95th birthday and will appear at the ‘before stories’ with Eeyore, Piglet and a young Christopher Robin

  • The reserve imagines the ‘before stories’ of Winnie-the-Pooh, Eeyore and Piglet
  • It shares a glimpse of younger Christopher Robin only found in AA Milne’s poetry
  • Writer Jane Riordan ‘perfectly captures the voice’ of Milne, mentioned Farshore
  • Although illustrator Mark Burgess retains the type of authentic artist EH Shepard

An formal Winnie-the-Pooh prequel is set to mark the 95th birthday of the honey-loving little yellow bear.

The guide imagines the ‘before stories’ of Pooh, Eeyore and Piglet and shares a glimpse of a youthful Christopher Robin so far only found in author AA Milne’s poetry, revealed publisher Farshore.

Writer Jane Riordan ‘perfectly captures the voice’ of Milne, mentioned Farshore, whilst illustrator Mark Burgess retains the type of authentic artist EH Shepard.

The book imagines the ‘before stories’ of Pooh, Eeyore and Piglet and shares a glimpse of a young Christopher Robin so significantly only noticed in writer AA Milne’s poetry, uncovered publisher Farshore

Writer Jane Riordan (pictured) ¿perfectly captures the voice¿ of Milne, said Farshore, while illustrator Mark Burgess retains the style of original artist EH Shepard

Writer Jane Riordan (pictured) ‘perfectly captures the voice’ of Milne, said Farshore, when illustrator Mark Burgess retains the style of authentic artist EH Shepard

Pass up Riordan mentioned: ‘In the initial stories, Pooh lives in a tree in the Hundred Acre Wood, but record tells us that he was acquired from Harrods for Christopher Robin’s to start with birthday.

‘I beloved the plan of observing Pooh, Eeyore and Piglet in London and in the nursery.’

The 1st Pooh ebook was printed in October 1926. Winnie-the-Pooh: At the time There Was A Bear is thanks out on September 30 for ages five and over.



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