National Winnie The Pooh Day is an American holiday created in honor of many of our favorite children’s cartoon characters. The birthday of A.A. was chosen as the date of celebration. Milne. It is celebrated annually on January 18.
The cute little bear first appeared in 1924 in the December issue of the Evening Standard, which came out on Christmas Day. A complete book was published in 1925. In the stories about Winnie the Pooh, there were also his friends: a pig, a donkey and a tiger cub.
The events of the stories take place in the old Ashdown Forest, which exists in reality. This area is quite diverse in terms of landscapes: glades, dense forests and mountain ranges open up to the eye. If you look closely at Milne’s drawings, you can see how much attention to detail the author paid.
The Winnie the Pooh universe has become a massive popular phenomenon. At the same time, there was something primordially English in it, which endows stories with a special charm.
- All the characters were drawn from toys that the author’s son had. His image can also be found in the works of Milne – there he appeared under the name of Christopher Robin.
- Winnie the Pooh was one of the New York Times top selling books in 1958.
- Researchers of Milne’s work believe that the Russian cartoon is simply the closest in spirit to the author’s original stories. Disney has pretty much changed the images of the characters, making them unlike the author’s idea.
How to celebrate
Watch the Winnie the Pooh cartoon or read stories. This will be the best way to celebrate National Winnie The Pooh Day. You can also bake cookies in the shape of a bear cub from Milne’s stories and serve them with honey. Everyone will be delighted with such a treat!
Share information about the holiday on social networks. Tell us about how you first met the image of Winnie the Pooh.
When is National Winnie the Pooh Day celebrated in 2023?
National Winnie the Pooh Day is observed on January 18 each year.