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Hannah's Novel Notions: A Review of The World of Pooh by A.A. Milne

Fandom wars: when people belonging to a certain cult fandom argue with people from other fandoms as to whose fandom is the awesomest. We’ve got the Whovians, Potterheads, Twilighters, Sherlock people (what do you even call those?), Tolkienites, Avengers, Tributes, Trekkies, Demigods, and all the other fandoms who are going to want me dead when they see I left out their names. 1,224 more words

Hannah's Novel Notations

Some new little members of my Library

“No book is really worth reading at the age of ten which is not equally – and often far more – worth reading at the age of fifty and beyond.” ― C.S. 106 more words


Week 67: Into the Dark

First, the good news. Here in the far north of England, our summer time stretches like silk across the sky. We are almost in White Nights territory and can read outside until nearly midnight (see… 867 more words

Animation vs Automation

Here’s an interesting project from Autodesk Research: ‘Draco’ is ‘a prototype sketch-based interface from that allows artists and casual users alike to add a rich set of animation effects to their drawings, seemingly bringing illustrations to life.’ 347 more words


Ernest Shepard rare vintage signed ink sketch of Piglet

Original and quite rare vintage signed ink sketch of Piglet on a light purple 3 x 1.5 clipped slip, signed above the image, “E. H. Shepard.” Slip is affixed to a slightly larger trimmed album page, with a collector’s notation along the top reading, “Artist in Punch.” In fine condition. 60 more words

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Write on- Oh Pooh!

I came across this newspaper clipping which announced the publication of Winnie the Pooh. The usage of language really attracted my attention. How writing styles have changed over time! 140 more words


Psst! Hey Bears Fans, Tonight's Game is a Trap

Can you officially call tonight’s Chicago Bears’ game versus the New York Giants a trap game? Outside Analysis’ Ernest Shepard discusses why the Bears should be leery of their winless opponent. 65 more words

Ernest Shepard