Hear A. A. Milne's Voice as He Reads from Winnie-the-Pooh (1929)

This audio recording of A. A. Milne's voice was recorded in June 1929. It features Milne reading from his 1926 book Winnie-the-Pooh, the first in his collection of stories inspired by his son Christopher Robin's teddy bear. Drawings of the characters are displayed on the screen. The recording was produced by the Gramophone Company of Luton, Bedfordshire and was part of an album that featured prominent British authors reading portions of their works. Related Article: Goodbye Christopher Robin: History vs. Hollywood

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