A. A. Milne Essays
Developmental Psychologists and The House at Pooh Corner 12th Grade
The House at Pooh Corner
A.A. Milne’s 1928 classic children’s book The House at Pooh Corner remains a highly effective children’s text nearly ninety years on. This can be accredited to the format, themes and developmental concepts portrayed in the book. The concepts in...
Billy and Winnie: Breaking the Boundaries with Rhythm, Rhyme, and Repetition College
Nonsense poetry appeals to readers of all ages because it entertains the mind as well as the mouth. Drawing heavily on humorous imagery, creative word plays, and fantasy, nonsense poetry typically uses strong rhyme and rhythm to build and break...