|aThe best bear in all the world /|cby Paul Bright, Brian Sibley, Jeanne Willis and Kate Saunders ; with decorations by Mark Burgess in the style of E.H.Shepard
|a[New York] :|bDutton Childrens Books,|c2016
|a102 pages :|bcolor illustrations ;|c22 cm
|aThe Winnie-the-Pooh collection
|a"Based upon the Pooh stories by A.A. Milne."
|aMap on end papers
|aFor the 90th anniversary of Winnie-the-Pooh, a sequel featuring new stories from the Hundred Acre Wood"--Page 4 of cover
|a"First published in Great Britain 2016 by Egmont UK Limited."
|aAutumn, in which Pooh and Piglet prepare to meet a dragon / Paul Bright -- Winter, in which a new friend arrives in the forest / Brian Sibley -- Spring, in which Eeyore suspects another donkey is after his thistles / Jeanne Willis -- Summer, in which Pooh dreams of the Sauce of the Nile / Kate Saunders
|aA collection of four original stories set in the Hundred Acre Wood, written in honor of the ninetieth anniversary of Winnie-the-Pooh
For the 90th anniversary of Winnie-the-Pooh, a sequel featuring new stories and a new character from the Hundred Acre Wood. Now a New York Times Bestseller. The Trustees of the Pooh Properties have commissioned four authors to write in the timeless style of A.A. Milne to create a quartet of charming new adventures for Winnie-the-Pooh, Christopher Robin, and their friends. Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall: take a trip back to the Hundred Acre Wood with a collection of tales sure to delight year-round. One story finds Winnie-the-Pooh and Piglet on a quest to discover the "Sauce of the Nile" (they suspect it's apple). And in another, all the animals rally around poor Eeyore when he thinks he sees another donkey eyeing his clover. The winter story features a new penguin character, based on a stuffed toy owned by Christopher Robin Milne himself. Readers of all ages will love rediscovering old friends and making new ones in this essential new volume of Pooh stories. The book feature beautiful color artwork in the style of Ernest H. Shepard by Mark Burgess.