Since A.A. Milne published the story of Winnie the Pooh in 1926, the character of the yellow bear was so attached to the memory of people, especially children from generation to generation. Then many people wonder, why is Winnie called Pooh compared to a bear? The answer starts in 1920. You can take the sheets only on Winnie The Pooh Coloring Pages Cartoon.
When it was first created, Milne had determined the character’s name. Not Winnie, but Edward Bear. The first use of the name Winnie began when Milne visited the London Zoo, England. At that time, he saw a black bear brought from Canada to the zoo. Well. what do you waiting for? get the Winnie The Pooh Coloring Pages Cartoon only for you.
Apparently, the bear was named Winnipeg, after the name of his hometown. Then where did Pooh come from? Pooh itself comes from the name of the swan, a character that is completely different from Winnie the Pooh
In a book called When We Were Very Young, Milne wrote a poem, telling how the main character named Christopher Robin would feed a goose in the morning. From there Milne added the name Pooh to the back of the name Winnie the Pooh. Take Winnie The Pooh Coloring Pages Cartoon for the best start.