A. A. Milne

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English writer of stories for children (1882-1956)

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Ann, a sprightly 84-year-old and expert on all things AA Milne, takes fans on the paths trodden by one of the world's most lucrative children's authors.
A FAMILY AFFAIR INDEED AA Milne, a successful playwright, had been a casualty of the First World War, suffering shellshock at the Somme.
6 Now We Are Six was the second Pooh book written by AA Milne.
CREATOR Author AA Milne and his son Christopher Robin Milne
The bear, created by AA Milne 77 years ago, headed a list of top-earning characters compiled by Forbes magazine, famed for its US rich list.
AA Milne and his son Christopher Robin Milne playing with a toy teddy bear and, inset below, one of the most famous drawings of Pooh with Christopher Robin HE creator of Winnie-the-Pooh once pointed out: "No sensible author wants anything but praise.
CREATOR Author AA Milne and son Christopher Robin Milne ANIMAL MAGIC Pooh and Penguin
While there are worse kids' films out at the moment, this adaptation of the AA Milne story isn't great value.
PAPERBACKS 1 Solar, Ian McEwan 2 Tales From Winnie the Pooh/ Humphrey's Tiny Tales: My Treasure Hunt Trouble, AA Milne and Betty G Birney 3 Spy Dog's Got Talent/ The Great Pet-Shop Panic, Andrew Cope and Katie Davies 4 Dr Seuss on the Loose, Dr Seuss 5 One Day, David Nicholls, 6 The Slap, Christos Tsiolkas 7 The Thousand Autumns of Jacob De Zoet, David Mitchell 8 Do Bugs Have Bottoms?
The much-loved fictional bear, created by AA Milne for his son Christopher Robin in 1926, features alongside his friends in a new collection from the Royal Mail.
It comes from the final chapter of Winnie the-Pooh, in which author AA Milne writes: "He nodded and went out.
A US court has denied Clare Milne, granddaughter of Pooh creator, AA Milne, the merchandising rights to the popular children's character, in the penultimate trial in the case.
AA Milne Write your answers on a postcard and send them, with your full name, address, postcode and daytime telephone number to Abby Alford, South Wales Echo, 2 Brackla Street Centre, Bridgend, CF31 1DD, by noon on February 14.
A NEW Winnie-the-Pooh character has been unveiled - inspired by a photograph of AA Milne and his son with a toy penguin.