A. A Milne
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Blackstone Audio presents, from the unabridged collection "A.A. Milne's Pooh Classics," the forty-four poems from When We Were Very Young and the thirty-five poems of Now We Are Six, performed by Peter Dennis. This is the only reading of these delightful verses authorized by A.A. Milne's son, Christopher Robin.
The first of A.A. Milne's four world-famous books for children, When We Were Very Young introduced Christopher Robin to innumerable...
The Red House Mystery is a classic "whodunit" set in an English country house. An eclectic cast of characters are gathered in the house when the owner's brother, recently arrived from Australia, is found murdered in a locked room. Two of the house guests take the investigation upon themselves and they wade almost playfully through the abundance of evidence and theories.
Though best remembered as the creator of the beloved series of children's stories centered on the teddy bear Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends, author A. A. Milne was a prolific essayist whose irreverent take on things will resonate with many adult readers. The charming essays, vignettes and observations collected in Not That it Matters will bring amuse and delight those looking for a light, diverting read.
Escape into a fantastical fairy tale world created by A.A. Milne, author of the beloved Winnie-the-Pooh series. In Once on a Time, Milne stretches his creative wings and breathes into life a classic fable set in a pair of mysterious, far-away kingdoms populated by characters who don't always fit the stereotypical mode. It's a charming read for older children or adults.
Think A.A. Milne's literary legacy begins and ends with the Winnie-the-Pooh stories? Think again. Milne was a prolific writer, and actually came to prefer writing for adults over time. This collection of humorous short sketches, stories, and vignettes is a perfect introduction to Milne's output for those who have long since graduated from kindergarten.
Though today he's best remembered as the creator of the Winnie the Pooh series of children's books, British writer A.A. Milne was actually a much more prolific playwright than he was a juvenile literature scribe, penning over 30 plays in his lifetime. This collection of Milne's early works for the stage will please Pooh fans curious to learn more about Milne's literary range.
This comedic play will come as a delightful surprise to readers who are only familiar with Milne's work in the beloved Winnie-the-Pooh series of children's book. A domestic drama that gently skewers the social mores of the Edwardian age, Mr. Pim Passes By is a quick and satisfying read.
Discover A. A. Milne's work beyond the world of Winnie-the-Pooh in this delightfully eclectic collection of verse, stories, essays and vignettes. Penned for publication in the humor magazine Punch, these short works are the perfect pop of sunny, silly fun.
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