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Winnie the Pooh

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By Mark GrahamPublished about a month ago β€’ 1 min read
Top Story - June 2024
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I have shared four children's books written by A.A. Milne and his very best friend. He wrote all these stories for his son Christopher Robin. Winnie the Pooh is also known as Edward Bear or as Christopher Robin sometimes called him Silly Old Bear. There are some friendships real and imaginary that last a lifetime and this friendship is one of them.

Winning many

interactions and

noticing

nothing that us very

intriguing or

entertaining that

there are

here nor there will

elicit and elaborate various

Perspectives that allow

opportunities and

optimistic thoughts for the

here and now for us to learn

Winnie the Pooh is such a character that will always as a child or as an adult will make us think.

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Mark Graham

I am a person who really likes to read and write and to share what I learned with all my education. My page will mainly be book reviews and critiques of old and new books that I have read and will read. There will also be other bits, too.

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Comments (11)

  • Dr. Jason Benskin28 days ago

    Congratulations on having your story featured as a top story on Vocal! This is a remarkable achievement, and it's clear why your work has received such recognition. Your storytelling is truly exceptional. The narrative was not only compelling but also beautifully crafted, holding my attention from start to finish. The way you developed the characters and plot was masterful, making the story both engaging and thought-provoking. Your unique voice and perspective shine through, setting your work apart. It’s evident that you poured a lot of passion and effort into this piece, and it has certainly paid off. I look forward to reading more of your incredible stories in the future. Keep up the fantastic work! Best regards, Dr. Jay

  • Alexavierabout a month ago

    very good story

  • Gabriel Huizengaabout a month ago

    Absolutely love Winnie the Pooh, and absolutely love this acrostic! Bravo Mark, congrats on the Top Story! :)

  • Dharrsheena Raja Segarranabout a month ago

    Back to say congratulations on your Top Story! πŸŽ‰πŸ’–πŸŽŠπŸŽ‰πŸ’–πŸŽŠ

  • Kelli Sheckler-Amsdenabout a month ago

    Great job, Mark. Congratulations on your top story

  • Jay Kantorabout a month ago

    Hi Mark - I'm so flattered that you 'Reviewed' my 'The Llama & Koala' among the A.A. Milne's that I so am not. - With my Respect - j.in.l.a.

  • shanmuga priyaabout a month ago

    Congratulations πŸŽ‰

  • Lamar Wigginsabout a month ago

    Congrats, Mark. And you are correct, the Winnie adventures always made me think and left an impact on my much younger self.

  • Dharrsheena Raja Segarranabout a month ago

    Oh wow, I had no idea that Winnie the Pooh was also known as Edward Bear. Loved your Acrostic!

  • Manikandan Blog Writerabout a month ago

    good

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