Alan Alexander Milne Books

Alan Alexander Milne (English Alan Alexander Milne) (January 18, 1882 – January 31, 1956) – English writer, author of stories about “a bear with sawdust in his head” – Winnie the Pooh.  Biography Born in Hampstead, London. He took part in the First World War. For many years he collaborated with the English comic magazine Punch. Milne began writing stories about Winnie the Pooh for his son Christopher Robin Milne (1920-1996). Before the books about Winnie the Pooh were published, Milne was already a fairly well-known playwright, but the success of Winnie the Pooh has acquired such proportions that other works by Milne are now practically unknown. Milne was born in London. He attended a small private school owned by his father, John Milne. One of his teachers was H.G. Wells. He then entered Westminster School and then Trinity College, Cambridge, where he studied mathematics. As a student, he wrote notes for the student newspaper Grant. He usually wrote with his brother Kenneth, and they signed the notes with the name AKM. Milne`s work was noticed, and the British humor magazine Punch began to cooperate with him, later Milne became an assistant editor there. Milne fought in World War I as an officer in the British Army. After the war, he wrote the book Peace with Honor, in which he condemned the war. In 1913 Milne married Dorothy de Selincourt, in 1920 they had their only son, Christopher Robin Milne. In 1922, the writer published the classic detective story “The Riddle of the Red House”. The writer`s detective work is small. In addition to “The Riddle” and several collections of stories, he wrote the novel “The Four-Day Miracle” and the drama “The Fourth Wall”. In 1952, the writer underwent unsuccessful brain surgery and was disabled for the last 4 years of his life. Milne died in Hartfield on January 31, 1956. After the death of his wife in 1971, part of the proceeds from the reprint of books about Winnie the Pooh goes to the Royal Fund for Literature to help aspiring writers. Works of Winnie-the-Pooh * Winnie-the-Pooh * The House at Pooh Corner Translated into Russian – without two chapters of the original – under the general title “Winnie-the-Pooh and all-all-all “B. V. Zakhoder; in some of the newest translations, the division into two books is preserved. Poems * When we were very young * Now we are six (These two cycles are often published together with two stories about Winnie the Pooh) Fairy Tales * The Rabbit Prince * Princess Nesmeyana * An Ordinary Fairy Tale * Cinderella * Once upon a time … Stories * Truth – in wine * A Christmas story * An amazing story * Dreams of Mr. Findlater * Christmas grandfather * Before the flood * Orchestra table * At exactly eleven * Portrait of Lydia * River From Wikipedia – the free encyclopedia Rare footage of Alan Milne`s son with his favorite toy Winnie the Pooh, who later became the favorite heroes of more than one generation of children. 1928.

The house at Pooh Corner

Winnie-The-Pooh and All, All, All


The Red House Mystery