Halfway Down Poem by A. A. Milne Music by Harold Fraser-Simson Illustration by Leigh Grant From Childcraft Poems and Rhymes, Volume 1 (1976), p. 172 This sheet is for home, library or classroom use only.
Us Two by A.A. Milne Wherever I am, there's always Pooh, There's always Pooh and Me. Whatever I do, he wants to do, Where are you going today? says Pooh: Well, that's very odd 'cos I was too. Let's go together, says Pooh, says he. Let's go together, says Pooh. What's twice eleven? I said to Pooh. (Twice what? said Pooh to Me.) I think it ought to be twenty-two. Just what I think myself, said Pooh. It wasn't an easy sum to do, But that's what it is, said...
One hundred and thirty years ago today, Alex Alexander Milne (1882-1956) took his first breath. Best known for authoring the Winnie-the-Pooh book series, among the most beloved children’s books with timeless philosophy for grown-ups
Manuscript featuring AA Milne poem and EH Shepard sketch to go on auction