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When We Were Very Young

Writen by A.A. Milne
Publisher Methuen and Co
Year 1951
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Poor Book has considerable wear and marks, could have small pieces missing from jacket, all defects are mentioned
Fair Book has considerable wear, may have some small pieces missing from jacket, but is complete with defects mentioned.
Good Book has general wear, but is still clean and very presentable.
Very Good Book has been read a few times, but with no major defects. It can contain some minor reading/shelf wear.
Fine A book has been read once or twice, but has a very minor shelf/reading wear and is almost as new in condition.
As New A book has been read once or twice, but has no real defects and appears almost new. Fine: A book has been read once or twice, but has a very minor shelf/reading wear and is almost as new in condition.
New A book is brand new and never used.
Book Condition is Fair
Wear marks to cover, front and back. Some tanning to some pages, pages clean and tight.
Book Format
Hard Cover
Date Published
1951
Book Publisher
Methuen and Co
Format: Hard Cover
Publisher: Methuen and Co
Publication Date: 1951
Condition: Fair, wear marks to cover, front and back. Some tanning to some pages, pages clean and tight.

“They're changing guard at Buckingham Palace – Christopher Robin went down with Alice.”
Curl up with A.A.Milne’s classic book of poetry for children, When We Were Very Young. This is the first volume of rhymes written especially for children by Milne – as popular now as when they were first written.

This collection is a heart-warming and funny introduction to children’s poetry, offering the same sense of humour, imagination and whimsy that we’ve come to expect from Milne's favourite books about Winnie-the-Pooh, that Bear of Very Little Brain.

This book is all the more special due to E.H.Shepard’s illustrations. They are truly iconic and contributed to him being known as ‘the man who drew Pooh’.