On October 14, 1926 Winnie-the-Pooh is published for the first time. Since that time the decades have shown these stories to be truly popular. Pooh’s adventures have been translated into over 50 languages, including Latin. This Latin translation by Dr. Alexander Lenard was published in 1960 and titled Winnie Ille Pu. It became the only Latin book to land on the New York Times Best Seller List.

The Winnie The Pooh known today through Disney came about in the 1960s when  Walt Disney purchased the motion picture rights from A.A. Milne’s widow, Daphne. Since that time, it has become Pooh has become one of Disney’s most classic and beloved characters and merchandise sellers.

Book Title: Winnie the Pooh 

Book Author: Milne, A. A. 

Dewey Decimal Call Number: JFIC MIL

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1 thought on “14 October

  1. Kathryn Surbeck says:

    I remember your first comparative literature report between the original and Disney Winnie the Pooh books! ❤️ I still love the wisdom of Winnie and his friends!!

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