Christopher Milne





Christopher Milne


Born
in Chelsea, London, The United Kingdom
August 21, 1920

Died
April 20, 1996

Genre

Influences


Son of A.A. Milne.

Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. See this thread for more information.

Average rating: 3.8 · 266 ratings · 48 reviews · 16 distinct works · Similar authors
The Enchanted Places

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3.80 avg rating — 183 ratings — published 1974 — 13 editions
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Beyond the World of Pooh: S...

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3.47 avg rating — 34 ratings — published 1998 — 5 editions
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The Path through the Trees

3.73 avg rating — 30 ratings — published 1979 — 14 editions
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The Enchanted Places

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Naughty Stories: That Dirty...

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Naughty Stories: The Braves...

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The Hollow On The Hill: The...

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Naughty Stories: An Upside-...

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Naughty Stories: The Girl W...

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More books by Christopher Milne…
“...a boy learns better what he teaches himself....”
Christopher Milne, The Enchanted Places

“There are a hundred ways in which a boy can injure—if not indeed kill—himself. The more adventurous he is and the greater his initiative, the more ways he will find. If you protect him from each of the first hundred, he is sure to find the hundred and first. Though most men can look back on their boyhood and tremble at the narrowness of some of their escapes, most boys do in fact survive more or less intact, and the wise father is the trusting father.”
Christopher Milne, The Enchanted Places

“You can pretend to admire, but, unless you are a superb actress, you can't pretend to laugh. Laughter is genuine or else it is just a noise.”
Christopher Milne, The Enchanted Places

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