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And so, in his third book on Pooh, "The House at Pooh Corner,'' he tried to kill off the honey-loving bear cub.
Sometimes," said Pooh, "the smallest things take up the most room in your heart".
One extra-special way to mark the day is to visit Pooh Corner in Hartfield, East Sussex, where the books were written.
Adding fuel to the fire is another councillor who believes Pooh was not given pants because it does not have a sex anyway.
Sally performed a live reading of her story at the Disney store in Birmingham and was presented with a laureate certificate, a copy of her story in book form and a goody bag full of Winnie the Pooh products by Birmingham-based novelist Judith Cutler, the regional ambassador for the event.
Younger members of the family can dress up in Winnie the Pooh costumes.
As Pooh famously said: "I'm not lost for I know where I am.
It has no attention-grabbing celebrity voice work, and the only pop-cultural allusions it makes are to other stories and films about Pooh and his friends.
Adds director Stephen Anderson, "It's a perfect way to start the movie, letting the audience know right off the bat that this is Winnie the Pooh like you know him, but it's something for today.
To recreate its magic, we've teamed up with Fisher-Price to give 10 readers the chance to win a cuddly Winnie the Pooh, Eeyore or Tigger, which sing a song and say catchphrases when you press their tummies.
This all-new film reunites audiences with the comical "bear of very little brain" but it lacks the charm, wit and whimsy of the original 1977 Winnie the Pooh shorts.
A great full-length feature film brings back the original storytelling and art style of Winnie the Pooh.