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A.A. Milne. By: Jonathan Chin. A.A. Milne’s Early Life. A.A. Milne was born on January 18,1882 in Hampstead, United Kingdom. He went to school at Westminster School and Trinity College, Cambridge. He grew up in London where his father worked as a school master.

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A a milne

A.A. Milne

By: Jonathan Chin


A a milne s early life
A.A. Milne’s Early Life

  • A.A. Milne was born on January 18,1882 in Hampstead, United Kingdom.

  • He went to school at Westminster School and Trinity College, Cambridge.

  • He grew up in London where his father worked as a school master.

  • His teacher and mentor, H.G. Wells was called “a great writer and a great friend.”

  • He had two brothers, Barry and Ken.


A a milne s accomplishments
A.A. Milne’s Accomplishments

His Winnie The Pooh books are favorites of old age and especially children

70,000,000 copies of A.A. Milne’s Pooh series been made since released

He has made many types of entertainment such as novels and plays


Later life
Later Life

A.A. Milne’s death did not stop the publishing of his books

He died on January 31,1956

His last book was “Year In, Year Out”


Conclusion
Conclusion

I think we can agree that A.A. Milne was a great man and his books were much better than amazing. He was a beloved author and he was a very creative man. He did a great job as a father, husband, and younger brother. I thought that he was amazing and all of his books have always amazed me.


Bibliography
Bibliography

Thanks to…

Poohshideout.tripod.com

Poohcorner.org

Winniethepooh.com.uk

Scholastic.com/teachers/contributor/milne

www.biography.com

Factmonster.com


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