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Transcript of Winnie-the-pooh
Written by A. A. Milne
Writter by A. A. Milne and illustrator E. H. Shepard, came together to create
. Debuting in 1926, the book is centered around a favorite bear of the author's son. Christopher Robin is the character representing the son, in which he goes on multiple adventures filled with good life lessons such as humility and charity. Characters included are: Pooh Bear, Piglet, Eeyore, Owl, Rabbit, Kanga and Baby Roo; which are intruded towards the end of the book.
What I Liked
The story reflects a good understanding of the way children think and play.
Young children are guided into a rich world of child-sized experiences, observing cause and effect and non-magical solutions to problems which are play versions of situations they will encounter in real life.
Charity and Humility are emphasized.
It shows children the meaning of right and wrong.
Some of the humor in this book was aimed over children’s head. Mainly meant for the adult reading the book aloud.
The book taught no religion
The chapters read independently of each other.
What I Disliked
I thought Tigger was going to be in this book, but I later found out he was in the sequel;
House on Pooh Corner
Number 22 on the AALA's (American Library Association) 100 most banned books.
Banned because it may offend muslim children and their parents.
Banned in Turkey because the pig, Piglet, is considered swine by Muslims.
Napa county, CA school district banned the clothing featuring Winnie-the Pooh. Sending a young girl to In-School-Suspension because she was wearing tiger striped socks.
The same Kansas based parent group the aided in the banning of Charlotte's Web in 2006 said the talking of animals is a insult to god. This resulted in many schools discontinuing the book in their library.
In Russia, the book was banned in 2009 after a know political extremist, Ali Taziev, was captured. In his possessions found was material with winnie the pooh bearing a swastica.
The Muslim Council of Britain requested an end to the banning of Winnie-the-Pooh on the grounds that the Koranic Instruction is often Mis-interpereted on the views of eating pork.
Someone with children