Winnie-The-Pooh 1920's Project

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Winnie-The-Pooh 1920's Project


Why Did A.A.Milne write Winnie-The-Pooh?

He wrote it for his son and had it published for the whole world to read. And ended up capturing everyone's attention.

Who liked to read Winnie-The-Pooh?

Both adults and children around the english speaking world read and fell in love with Winnie-The-Pooh.

How did this affect A.A.Milne's son Christopher Robin?

Since he was very shy and timid like his father he didn't like the attention from being a literacy icon. So A. A. Milne stopped writing Winnie-The-Pooh.

Significance to the 1920's

Winnie-The-Pooh was an important part in the world of literacy in the 1920's, for three important reasons, Captibation, Connection, and Longevity.Winnie-The-Pooh captivated the hearts of children and adults everywher. With lovable characters and Colourful plots. Winnie-The-Pooh connected the english speaking world so everyone could escape to this magical world. A.A. Milne's goal was to connect to she son Christopher Robin, but by doing so he did way more.Winnie-The-Pooh out lived it's wiriter who died in 1956. But Winnie-The-Pooh has lived on in books, movies, cartoon show, tapes & cds, along with video games and music. So no one will ever forget Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore, Kanga, or Piglett living in the hundred acre wood.




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