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on 18 June 2018
Great book if your a Winnie the Pooh fan and also good to read if you’ve seen Goodbye Christopher Robin(Brilliant Film)
Gives great in depth knowledge to what was happening behind the scenes of this families life, some good, some bad. Anyone planning to visit Ashdown Forest and Hartfield should read this before they go. Beautiful part of England and well worth a visit.
Also shows how Christopher Milne was not bitter and twisted as some commentators would have us believe and was quite proud of Pooh and his adventures. He had some hard times dealing with the whole situation but overall, as he said himself he had a happy life.
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on 7 November 2017
Beautifully descriptive in parts. I'd have liked to know a bit more about his relationship with his parents as he grew older. I felt this part was skated over.
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on 7 November 2017
An insight into the world of a small boy brought up in a literary household in which he, imagined as as Christopher Robin, was an iconic part.
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on 22 February 2017
A brilliant gift for my cousin who still loves all things to do with Christopher Robin, Winnie The Pooh and friends
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on 22 February 2018
The first book of Christopher Milne's autobiography which revealed the real boy behind the famous Christopher Robin. Well worth the read.
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on 28 February 2018
I learnt to read with Winnie the Pooh and now this book is delightfully taking me back to my own memories as well as Christopher Robin's.
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on 15 November 2016
A very enjoyable book for anyone who loved the Pooh and Christopher Robin stories as a child to see what it was like to be Christopher Robin in actual fact
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on 27 May 2018
A beautiful book - I went to school in Dartmouth and remember Christopher Robin opening the Herbour Book Shop after the war.
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on 18 December 2017
A fascinating read.
So much helpful background to Christopher’s life. Although it does omit details such as the post war trauma experienced by A A Mil e.
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on 24 June 2013
For anyone interested in Milne/Pooh this is a wonderful and touching account of coming to terms with living with a name which became famous all over the world. It is a fascinating insight into the creation of the Pooh stories and their origins.
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