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Publisher's Summary

A.A. Milne's first collection of stories about his son's endearing and not-very-bright toy bear and his friends, Winnie-the-Pooh, is the original source material for one of children's literature's most enduring and beloved characters.  

Edward Bear (also known as Winnie) is the simple, easy-going companion to young Christopher Robin. He and his friends (Christopher Robin's other stuffed animals - Eeyore the Donkey, Piglet, Rabbit, Owl, Kanga, and Baby Roo) are the inhabitants of the imaginary Hundred Acre Wood. 

We follow Pooh Bear as he tries to extract honey from a beehive, overstays his welcome at Rabbit's house, attempts to find Eeyore's missing tail, and hunts for the elusive Heffalump.  

Sweet-natured and full of sly humor, Winnie-the-Pooh has remained a classic of children's literature for decades, and the characters have been immortalized in countless screen and television adaptations. The stories are presented here, in their original and unabridged form.

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