Winnie The Pooh – Teddy Bear
Winnie the Pooh is a teddy bear, whose debut is in A.A.Milne’s 1926 book with the same name, but later appears in a movie and TV series of his own. Pooh lives in a forest with his friends Piglet, Tigger, Rabbit, Eeyore, Owl, Kanga and Roo. He also has a real boy as a friend named Christopher Robin. Winnie the Pooh is very kind-hearted in manner but is a “brain of very little brain”.
Winnie The Pooh full review
Also referred to as Pooh Bear, this fictional character created by A.A. Milne has been in existence since the late twenties, after it was featured in storybooks in 1926 and 1928. Disney decided to adopt the cartoon character in its works, ranking as one of the most successful works that came out of that production outfit.
The character was so successful that it had its stories being translated in, several languages.
Pooh is synonymous with its “Hunny” pot and other foods like condensed milk and such other items which it could not do without. Besides the fact that Pooh can be impolite especially when it comes to matters of food, it remains a friendly character that is always thoughtful and steadfast. Even when he agrees with his friends that he could be “brainless”, it sometimes comes up with brilliant ideas which are mostly driven by common sense. This has been proven a number of times in the cartoon series even if it would not stop to entertain viewers and make them laugh as the acts could be very funny at times.
It also boasts of being a very good poet with his poems and hums punctuating the series every now and then. Winnie is not only thoughtful and steadfast, its humility and being comfortable with his gifts are also attributes that can be appreciated. In one of such showings, it promised to write a song for the Piglet which is one of its friends, if it manages to escape and rescue them after they were both trapped in Owl’s house after a storm blew down the house.
As mentioned earlier, this character does not joke with its stomach and its friends often find it offensive when it requests for snacks impolitely when it pays them a visit. Its love for food was better substantiated when it intended giving Eeyore a pot of honey as its birthday gift but could not fight the temptation to eat the honey on his way to present the gift to Eeyore, giving it an empty pot instead.
This very social character had friends in Christopher Robin who is by the way, his closest friend, followed by the Piglet, and most times, Winnie spends its time with either of them.
When in lack of a snack or attention, it visits other animals to get companionship and, of course, some food.
Winnie is a typical example of a selfless being and a very good character to be with, except for its love for food that can sometimes be very annoying.