According to the movie “Goodbye Christopher Robin” of the Fox Searchlight studio released in 2017 about the process of creating the image of Pooh by writer Alan Alexander Milne (AA Milne) and the adult journey of Christopher Robin Milne – child AA Milne’s son, is also the prototype for Christopher’s character in the story.
AA Milne named Christopher Robin Milne’s teddy bear Pooh and went on to come up with other characters such as Piglet Piglet, Tricking Eeyore, Kanga and Roo mother, Tigger tiger … AA Milne wrote articles short poetry on stuffed animals, and published two books called When We Were Very Young (1924), with Winnie-the-Pooh (1926).
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