Web Links To Other Pooh Pages


An Introduction is to introduce people, but Christopher Robin and his friends, who have already been introduced to you, are now going to say Good-bye. So this is the opposite. When we asked Pooh what the opposite of an Introduction was, he said, "The what of a what?" which didn't help us as much as we had hoped, but luckily Owl kept his head and told us that the opposite of an Introduction, my dear Pooh, was a Contradiction; and, as he is very good at long words, I am sure that's what it is.

-- A.A. Milne, The House at Pooh Corner (Contradiction)


From this page, you may "bounce" to the following Web sites. Some of them have their own lists (long or short) of good to excellent Pooh links. Others relate specifically to the real country which inspired so much of the Pooh Books, that of Ashdown Forest and its environs in Sussex, England. (Other links that used to be on this page have been removed pending changes in their status.)

Or if you prefer, you may "bounce" straight back to
Johanan Rakkav's Home Page to explore other facets of the Webmaster's online universe.


All About the Bear -- one of the most popular Pooh sites on the Web, and for good reason.

All Things Winnie The Pooh (sic) -- a gift guide at Redenvelope.com, with a summary history of Pooh, the Milnes and Shepard and links to other Astute and Helpful Pooh Web sites.

The Ashdown Forest Guide -- Online -- a Web site for those who want to tour the area which inspired so much of the Pooh Books. It even has its own Pooh Page, complete with photos and paintings of the Forest country.

Christopher Robin's Winnie-the-Pooh Character Guide -- in my opinion, and that of many others, simply the best Web site out there on everything to do with Classic and Disney Pooh. (Its FAQ section is particularly good, as is its Pooh Directory.) It's part of a larger, kid-safe and award-winning site, Topher's Castle.

Disney Online -- need I say more? @;-)

Google.com's Advanced Search will bring up many more sites on Ashdown Forest, many naturally related to Winnie-the-Pooh. Other searches using other terms will bring up other pages more directly related to the characters, stories and persons in the Pooh Books.

High Weald: UK Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty has a page on Ashdown Forest (also see below) and pages on other regions in the same area. For those who love nature as the real A.A. and Christopher Milne did, this is a site well worth exploring in detail.

Justin Valentin's Winnie-the-Pooh (Just Pooh) - an outstanding and attractive British site on the Silly Old Bear (and on A.A. and Christopher Milne as well).

Pooh's Corner -- this was a truly awe-inspiring site when I first saw it. It's recently been updated and its treasures are more hidden than before, but still well worth exploring.

Pooh and Piglet's Fun Place -- a visually striking site with plenty of buttons to push, places to explore, and graphics to ooh and aah over. (The MIDIs are cool too, and are not just limited to Pooh songs.)

Welcome to Ashdown Forest -- a small, official site pointing out the unique value Ashdown Forest has in its own right as a bird sanctuary, a place of special beauty and a place of special scientific interest.

The Ashdown Forest Online Guide has good information on the Forest country, but it has only two links about Pooh and one of them is offline (the other is JustPooh, mentioned above).

Retroland (formerly Yesterdayland) -- definitely worth a deeper look; it's a fine resource on old television programs, collectibles, comics, you name it (including, of course, Disney Pooh-related stuff).


 

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