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Written, hosted, produced and directed by Jesse O. Walls 250 more words
from The Poohmarillion
by A. A. Tolkien
Of all the Ursar the most valiant was Aedweard, but he removed to live beyond the mountains of Stair, and dwelt among the simple forest folk in the Wood of a Hundred Acres, and lived there under the name of Sanders, that men might not know his true lineage and destiny. 253 more words
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And then this Bear, Pooh Bear, Winnie-the-Pooh, F.O.P. (Friend of Piglet’s), R.C. (Rabbit’s Companion), P.D. (Pole Discoverer), E.C. and T.F. (Eeyore’s Comforter and Tail-finder)—in fact, Pooh himself—said something so clever that Christopher Robin could only look at him with mouth open and eyes staring, wondering if this was really the Bear of Very Little Brain whom he had known and loved so long.
Happy Monday, readers! Today’s Marvelous New Picture Book is Winnie: The True Story of the Bear who Inspired Winnie-the-Pooh. Author Sally M. Walker tells the heart-warming and true tale of Winnie, a bear cub who is adopted by an army veterinarian during World War I and eventually becomes the inspiration for A.A. 259 more words