The House at Pooh Corner. With Decorations by Ernest H. Shepard. London: Methuen & Co, 1928. Publisher's cloth-backed boards, printed label on upper cover, boards lightly foxed and with light dust soiling, contents in fine bright condition throughout. Housed in custom made solander box.
Limited Edition of 350 Numbered Copies on hand-made paper Signed by the Author and Illustrator.
Milne's final Pooh book and the one when he introduced a new character "Tigger." Christopher Robin was growing up, soon to leave for boarding school, and 'The House at Pooh Corner' would be a farewell. But first there was an introduction to be made. Milne had bought his son a stuffed tiger, "Tigger", and told Shepard that he was longing to see the illustrations for this new character, who would become one of the author's most popular creations