Goodbye Christopher Robin

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Goodbye Christopher Robin
  • Ann Thwaite
  • English
  • 09 July 2018

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Goodbye Christopher Robin Goodbye Christopher Robin A.A Milne and the Making of Winnie the Pooh is drawn from Ann Thwaite s acclaimed biography of A A Milne, one of the most successful English writers ever, and the creator of Winnie the Pooh, and of Piglet, Tigger, Eeyore and Christopher Robin.But the fictional Christopher Robin was based on Milne s own son This heart warming and touching book recounts the true story that inspired the film Goodbye Christopher Robin, directed by Simon Curtis and starring Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie and Kelly Macdonald, and offers the reader a glimpse into the relationship between Milne and the real life Christopher Robin, whose toys inspired the magical world of the Hundred Acre Wood Along with his mother Daphne and his nanny Olive, Christopher Robin and his family were swept up in the international success of the books the enchanting tales brought hope and comfort to an England ravaged by the First World War But with the eyes of the world on Christopher Robin, what will the cost be to the family With a preface by Frank Cottrell Boyce, co writer of the screenplay. Free Read Goodbye Christopher Robin author Ann Thwaite For Kindle ePUB or eBook – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Goodbye Christopher Robin

  1. Kerran Olson says:

    4 4.5 This was such a great biography I liked that it coverered a bit of Milne s life before he wrote Winnie the Pooh as well, and having read in the intro that this author actually wrote a biography of his life where this one isfocused on the childrens books Winnie the Pooh years I will definitely keep an eye out for that I d also be interested to read Christopher Milnes autobiographies, to gain a bitof his perspective Overall I really enjoyed this read, I learned lots about Mi 4 4.5 This was such a great biography I liked that it coverered a bit of Milne s life before he wrote Winnie the Pooh as well, and having read in the intro that this author actually wrote a biography of his life where this one isfocused on the childrens books Winnie the Pooh years I will definitel...

  2. Rikke says:

    This was beautiful And thought provoking And yet, not at all what I had expected.The synopsis and even the title makes it sound like this book focuses on the complicated relationship between Christopher Robin and Winnie the Pooh between fact and fiction I thought I was about to read an in depth description of the Pooh books in Christopher Milne s life of the placement of an actual child in a fictional world and the inev...

  3. Sheila Samuelson says:

    I thought i was a good book, didnt seem good til i got to chapter 3 I love how incitful it is on how Winnie the Pooh came to be and how Christopher Robin came to be friends with Pooh and his friends.

  4. Louise says:

    This is a short volume by Ann Thwaite about the publishing of the Pooh stories The author previously wrote a biography on A.A Milne and a book on Pooh This book was a short, quick and disappointing read for me.I was looking for rendering of the real life Christopher Robin s relationship to his real life father The cover picture implies it will be here and the blurb says there will be a glimpse into the relationship The term glimpse is accurate since Goodbye is not explained and T This is a short volume by Ann Thwaite about the publishing of the Pooh stories The author previously wrote a biography on A.A Milne and a book on Pooh This book was a short, quick and disappointing read for me.I was looking for rendering of...

  5. Jack says:

    A well written, myth busting biography about Alan Milne, and by extention about Winnie the Pooh and the man and fiction that was his son, Christopher Robin.The name and related film might lead you to think the book is about Milne s relationship with his son, and though this is explored in detail, the plain facts of the matter only appear in the closing section of the book.Read this book if you want a shorter version of Ann Thwaite s award winning biography look online if you want a quick but A well written, myth busting biography about Alan Milne, and by extention about Winni...

  6. Dolores De Vera says:

    Let me start with a disclosure I m not a casual Winnie the Pooh fan I m a Winnie the Pooh collector fanatic, and I have been my whole life Perhaps my first conscious goal and milestone achievement was reading the Pooh stories by myself, with my own Pooh Bears by my side The fact that A.A Milne was a magazine writer surely had some influence on my desire to become a news reporter When in the late 1980 s I read Milne was a pacifist, I sought out his other writings in the dusty stacks of vari Let me start with a disclosure I m not a casual ...

  7. Mary says:

    Three and a half stars for this plaintive biography of Milne and his career in writing It seems almost incredible that Alan Milne didn t think that by naming the boy featured in the stories of Pooh and the poems CR would affect his son, whom the family always called Billy Moon Milne thought his fame would rest on his plays, which have totally disappeared from the stage, and not his children s books I agree with the author that the world of Pooh is the lost paradise of childhood where the char Three and a half stars for this plaintive biography of Milne and his career in writing It seems almost incredible that Alan Milne didn t think that by naming the boy featured in the stories of Pooh and the poems CR would affect his son, whom the family always called Billy Moon Milne thought his fame would rest on his plays, which have tot...

  8. Katie says:

    I wanted to love this book, and perhaps it is a gem to those who love history of literature But I just love Pooh, who always teaches me something and makes me happy This book felt very very sad.

  9. Rebecca says:

    Thank you to the author, the publisher, and Beth Feldman for a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review We had a Pooh themed nursery for our babies, so Pooh will always hold a special place in my heart

  10. Fariba says:

    It honestly read like a first draft Also, I didn t realize that this was an abridged version of a longer biography on A.A Milne I wantedabout Milne s individual works and less about his daily life So much of the book was filler Every other line was a quote from some outside source Thwaite didn t contribute many original sentences If there s filler in an abridged version of Milne s biography, imagine the amount of filler that must be in the original Maybe Milne just wasn t that inte It honestly read like a first draft Also, I didn t realize that this was an abridged version of a longer biography on A.A Milne I wantedabout Milne s individual works and less about his daily life So much of the book was filler Every other line was a quote from some outside source Thwaite didn t contribute many original sentences If there s filler in an ...