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Dear visitors of this page,

although TELEVISION and INTERNET are the order of the day, books have never lost their extraordinary importance for my life.  This is Pooh ! I need them as I need my daily bread (really!). Perhaps you can help me with my hunt for some older children's books.

"WINNIE-THE-POOH" was one of the books of my own childhood and surely the one which I have in most charming remembrance! Therefore I am looking for some earlier copies of it (not only 1st, but also later, even the so called "Cheap Forms" of the 1930s and 1940s) and still some of the secondary material, according to the listing below:


"When We were very Young", first published by Methuen & Co., London 1924
"Winnie-the-Pooh", first published by Methuen & Co., London 1926
"Now We are Six", first published by Methuen & Co., London 1927
"The House at Pooh Corner", first published by Methuen & Co., London 1928
"The World of Pooh", with new illustrations in full colour, E. P. Dutton, New York 1957
"The World of Christopher Robin", with new illustrations in full colour, E. P. Dutton, N.Y. 1958
"It's too late now", The Autobiography of a Writer by A. A. Milne; Methuen & Co., London 1939
"The Enchanted Places", Autobiography by C. R. Milne; Methuen & Co., London 1974
"The Path Through the Trees", Autobiography by C. R. Milne; Methuen & Co., London 1979
"The Hollow on the Hill", Autobiography by C. R. Milne; Methuen & Co., London 1982
"The Windfall", Fable by Christopher Milne; Methuen & Co., London 1985
"The Open Garden", by Christopher Milne; Methuen & Co., London 1988
"A. A. Milne", Monography by Thomas B. Swann; Twayne Publishers Inc., N.Y. 1971
"The Work of E. H. Shepard", by Rawle Knox; Methuen & Co., London 1980
"Drawn from Memory", by E. H. Shepard; Methuen & Co., London 1957
"Drawn from Life", by E. H. Shepard; Methuen & Co., London 1961
"When We were rather Older", Parody by F. Downey; Minton, Balch & Co., N.Y. 1926
"Recovering Arcadia", by Paula T. Connolly; Twayne Publishers Inc., New York 1994
"Inventing Wonderland", by Jackie Wullschläger; Methuen & Co., London 1995
"A. A. Milne A Critical Bibliography", by Tori Haring-Smith; Garland Pub. Inc., N.Y. 1982
"A. A. Milne A Handlist of his Writings", by Brian Silbey; The Henry Pootle Press, Sidcup/Kent 1976
"The Pooh Perplex", by Frederick C. Crews; E. P. Dutton, New York, 1963
"Domus Anguli Puensis", a Latin Version by Brian Staples; Methuen & Co., London 1980
"Winnie-the-Pooh", a reproduction of the original manuscript; Methuen & Co., London 1971


Please add me to your card file with the above mentioned titles and/or send me your offer. I would also like to receive your catalogues regularly.

In addition, I am interested in Art, Architecture, Advertising Art, Industrial- and Graphic-Design a.o.m., especially from the 1950s.

Thank you very much. Yours sincerely

ACHIM-THE-POOH

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