The Natural World of Winnie-thePooh by Katherine Aalto. Published by Timber

Is there a person alive who doesn’t know Winne-the-Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore and Christopher Robin? For most of us, memories of these beautiful and idyllic stories loom large in the memories of our childhoods. Now Aalto explore the real life Hundred Acre Wood – Ashdown Forest in Southeast England, and all the plants, animals (the real ones anyway) and places that populated A.A. Milne’s beloved books. Readers will learn about Milne’s indoctrination into the natural world as a childhood and how his role as a father help create the magical world that we still love today as adults.


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