Notting Hill Editions have republished a delightful selection of articles by the ever-popular A.A. Milne, many of which haven’t been in print for decades.
Milne had a talent for regularly turning out a thousand whimsical words on lost hats and umbrellas, golf, married life, cheap cigars, and any amount of life’s other little difficulties. It also includes some of his fiercely argued writings on pacifism.
Introduced by the prize-winning children’s author Frank Cottrell-Boyce, this volume features the very best of A.A. Milne in one delightful volume.
‘Milne’s gift to write amusingly about the most trivial things is far from trivial. It’s a kind of blessing. The kind that can put you back together again when all else fails.’ – Frank Cottrell-Boyce