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[Answer] Who wrote the "Winnie-the-Pooh" books?

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Who wrote the "Winnie-the-Pooh" books?

  • A.A. Milne:The collection of children's books known commonly as the Winnie-the-poor collection was first published in 1926 by author A.A. Milne. The stories that make up "Winnie-the Pooh" and its sequel "the House of Pooh" were originally intended to amuse Milne's young son, Christopher Robin. The child's toy animals were the inspiration for many of the now-iconic characters, and Milne even used the boy's name for the child who appears as the owner of the different toy animals. Pooh describes himself as a "bear of very little brain," then goes about proving that description is fitting as he gets himself into all sorts of trouble. The 10 chapters of the book recount his tales of adventure. Source:

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