Back in 1926, the world was introduced to a fuzzy, “hunny”-loving bear, his animal pals, and the young boy who came to visit them in the Hundred Acre Wood. January 18th is National Winnie the Pooh Day and, to celebrate, we’re sharing some of our favorite things that feature the beloved bear.
Winnie the Pooh Stories
Pooh and his friends are just too adorable to not bring home. Pooh, Piglet, and Tigger are the perfect addition your plush collection, or this four print art set with character quotes will look great in any playroom.
For the Artist
No matter your age, you’re never too old to color! Grab your pencils, crayons, markers, and a buddy and get started making artwork with this Pooh-inspired coloring book.
Family Fun on Film
We love the latest Winnie the Pooh movies! Watching the Hundred Acre Wood group of friends on their joyous adventures — including run-ins with the Backson and a search for Eeyore’s tail — always makes us smile. This Bluray and DVD combination pack of the film is great for multiple viewings at home or on the go.
Carry your personal belongings and more in one of these colorful totes. This artistic, spacious tote bag will hold a variety of items; a colorful coin purse with pom-pom zipper will get keep your change handy; and don’t leave home without this pouch, perfect for makeup or overnight essentials.
Winnie the Pooh clothing has always been adorable and these outfits are no exception. Put your little ones in this tee shirt or these red onesies or yellow onesies — but don’t be surprised if the cuteness is too much to handle!
Whether you’re a juice drinker or prefer hot tea with
hunny honey, these cups make for a cheery kitchen. This juice glass can even be personalized so everyone knows it’s your cup. Your hot beverages will fit nicely in this mug, and at a 20oz capacity, you won’t need to worry about frequent refills.
We hope you have fun today honoring this willy nilly silly old bear and all the joy that he brings to our hearts. Happy National Winnie the Pooh Day!
A Disney newbie who is both an old soul and a kid heart, making her quite the conundrum! Ms. Burbank was born and raised in Ohio.