Winnie-the-Pooh & The House at Pooh Corner by A. A. Milne (1926 – 1928)

You know and love these beloved characters, but have you ever read the original stories written for Mr. Milne’s little boy, Christopher Robin?  They are so worth reading!  Keep your children close so they can enjoy the charming line-drawings by Ernest H. Shepard. There’s just something inside me that enjoys reading real classics and not their watered-down versions published for the masses!


In Winnie-the-Pooh, you’ll enter the Hundred Acre Wood and meet Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, — even Heffalumps and Woozles!  These original stories are so delightful and charming.  They are not baby stories.  You’ll be pleased at how very clever they are!

Early Middle Grade Reading Level, 176 pages, Published 1926.  






The House at Pooh Corner takes us back to the world of Winnie-the-Pooh and all of his friends.  But add in the irrepressible Tigger!  You’ll understand why these stories have been beloved for nearly 100 years!

Early Middle Grade Reading Level, 180 pages, Published 1928.

About kidsbooksworthreading

Are you looking for Children’s and Young Adult books that have stood the test of time? I have a master of list of over 600 titles to share. I’m an English major, mother of five and homeschooler for 15 years. My purpose with this blog is to share forgotten favorites that most parents today have never heard of, but are so worth reading! I hope you’ll join with me as I share the best that Youth Literature has to offer.
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