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    Winnie-the-Pooh, a well-known children’s book, was the first volume of many that was published by A. A. Milne on October 14, 1926. Later, in 1961, Walt Disney Productions got licensing and made a series of films about the stories. Before diving into the works of literature published by A. A. Milne, the reader is intrigued to know the background behind Winnie-the-Pooh and A. A, Milne, along with the mental disorders demonstrated within the characters. According to Pooh Corner, A. A. Milne acknowledged

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    Silly Old Bear

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    heard this phrase before which comes from the Winne the Pooh series written by A.A. Milne. In this series of books written about Winnie the Pooh, the 'silly old bear,'; his friends, and their adventures together in the Hundred Acre Wood Forest, Milne captures the 'incomparably and enduringly, the frolic and indolence, the sweetness and foolishness, of animals which are also people(Discovering Authors).'; Many critics and people agree that Pooh is simply an ignorant little bear who is only interested

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    Two works that indirectly influence a child's way of thinking are Winnie the Pooh by A.A Milne, and Charlotte's Web by E.B White. Each of these books deals with situations involving parent-child relationships, peer group dynamics, and social interactions. Both of these literary works have a major impact on young readers, and each one takes a unique approach in aiding young readers throughout their developing stages. Winnie the Pooh is a collection of stories that deals with the concerns and needs

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    Conspiracy Theory”). Many conspiracy theories are thought up around children’s shows, which offers a feeling of nostalgia and pleasure. A few children’s show conspiracies that need a deeper light shone on them are from Max & Ruby (2002-2013), Winnie the Pooh (1977), Rugrats (1990-2004), and All Grown Up (2003-2008). The first theory that will be discussed centers around Max & Ruby, a famous and well favored kid’s show that aired for eleven years. The show centers around Max who is a rambunctious

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    published from 1920 to 1959? 792 and that’s only the bestsellers. Four of the books published within this time frame weren’t bestsellers, but they are some of the most famous books of the 20th century. Those books are The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings, Winnie–The–Pooh, and Mein Kampf. But why weren’t they bestsellers if so loved now? Many critics say that The Lord of The Rings set the standard for all epic fantasy books written since it was published. This marvelous trilogy was published in 1954, after J. R

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    have any teaching value, and how they influence culture today. We decided to use the most popular and representative work as an example to explore our questions regarding the popularity and importance of talking animal stories, and so we chose Winnie-the-Pooh to sufficiently express that talking animal stories have a great importance to the modern world and are beneficial to children in their rites of passage into the adult world, a world that is reflected within these beloved works. Children’s Literature

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    that begins right here. They are not only the ending but the beginning as well” (Hoff 137). In Tao of Pooh, Benjamin Hoff explains the fundamentals of Taoism through the cute characters of Winnie the Pooh. Each character’s action helps explains how Taoism works and affects our everyday lives. There is always a person in your life that seems...peaceful, like Pooh. A friend of mine sounds like Pooh and her name is Cecily. Her mindset resembles a Taoist’s mind, She does not fight against her ‘Inner Nature’

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    The Influence of First Impressions

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    blackboard.com/courses/1/SPRING11B-8-ORG300-3/content/_277120_1/dir_xid-34004_2/org300_2.html# Mind Tools. (2011). Making a great first impression. Retrieved from http://www.mindtools.com/CommSkll/FirstImpressions.htm Milne, A.A. (1926). Winnie-the-pooh. United Kingdom: Methuen & Co. Ltd.

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    while she was reading so I would not scurry out of the room. Despite my concentration issues, I enjoyed reading books with my mother. One of my favorite books was The Complete Tales of Winnie the Pooh because I was intrigued by the characters, especially Eeyore. When I moved on from my obsession with Winnie the Pooh, I transitioned into an obsession with frogs. My mother started reading Froggy books to me, such as Froggy Learns to Swim and Froggy Goes to School. Along with Froggy books, I took pleasure

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    Imagine sitting around a poker table, awaiting anxiously for the dealer to deal out the next cards, knowing that if you receive a good hand you will win. To your dismay, you stare in shock at the “bad” hand you received. However, it’s not necessarily the hand that is bad, but how you play the hand that can determine your fate. The same goes for life. In life, you will always be dealt good hands and bad hands, and sometimes, there is even a brick wall attached to these cards that symbolize the problems

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