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Featured Poll: Happy Winnie the Pooh Day!
Winnie the Pooh first appeared in print in 1926. The characters were based on toys of the creator's son, Christopher Robin, who was also turned into a character. Winnie the Pooh Day
is celebrated every year on January 18th, the birthday of author A.A. Milne
Since you likely can't get to Pooh Corner, Hartfield, East Sussex in England (where the books were written) to celebrate, tell us below, which major Pooh character is your favorite?
Discuss the list here
Select from Hal Smith in Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore (1983), Barbara Luddy in Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too (1974), and 7 others.
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