A. A. Milne 1882—1956

A. A. Milne


Alan Alexander Milne was an English author, best known for his books about the teddy bear Winnie-the-Pooh and for various children’s poems. Milne was a noted writer, primarily as a playwright, before the huge success of Pooh overshadowed all his previous work.

Available eBooks

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    Belinda (1918)

    Plot: Three men are competing for a woman; a humorous play with many funny moments - an enjoyable play.

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    Happy Days (1915)

    A collection of humorous pieces written by Milne for Punch and collected in 1915. A familiarity with early 20th century English society will help you be...read more »

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    Once a Week (1914)

    Once A Week is a collection of short stories and vignettes by A. A. Milne originally published in Punch. Stories included are; The Heir, Winter Sport, A...read more »

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    Once on a Time (1917)

    “This is an odd book” or so states the author in 1917 for his first introduction. A fairytale with seven league boots, a princess, an enchantment, and t...read more »

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    The Red House Mystery (1922)

    Droll, finely crafted whodunit from A. A. Milne (author of Winnie-the-Pooh), one of England’s most popular writer’s, sparkles with witty dialogue, deft ...read more »

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    The Sunny Side (1921)

    The Sunny Side gathers the best short works by the inimitable A. A. Milne. Written for the satire magazine Punch, these brief stories and essays perfect...read more »