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Children’s Classics–A.A. Milne, Revisited

childrensclassicsI really had grand plans for a post this month about A.A. Milne’s poetry.  However, I’ve been reading Les Miserables and not blogging much.  Believe it or not, I also have quite an active life outside of reading (gasp!), and my “real” responsibilities often encroach on my reading and blogging time. Oh, what I could do if all I had to do was read!  ; )

I discovered A.A. Milne last year and fell in love.  This is a rather exhaustive post I did about him and his works for Read Aloud Thursday.  Enjoy!

If you’re interested in reading more about A.A. Milne, click on over to the Children’s Classics carnival at 5 Minutes for Books!


4 Responses

  1. You should totally link up your post on A.A. Milne directly! I expected you would, was going to think to say so, and then forgot! It’s a perfect post!

  2. Loved your other post. I think you are so right – while these books are for children, the adults are moved more by how precious they really are. 🙂

  3. Well Les Mis dies take work!!

  4. I’m waiting to get past the war stuff in Les Mis. I was bogged down in a few chapters, so I also should just soldier through (okay — pun totally NOT intended, but so funny!).

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