Everybody loves Winnie the Pooh and his adorable addiction to honey. It's often believed that the children's book character is based on a teddy bear that the author, A.A. Milne, gave to his son Christopher Robin Milne. But this is only partially true.
Long before ever daydreaming about dashing Jedi knights, I hugged my teddy and imagined he'd lead me on adventures through forests. Artist James Hance has captured both of those innocent stages of adolescence and combined them into wonderfully whimsical illustrations.
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It may be too late for Christmas, but these soft-plushie speakers from Run At Corp Japan look right for any time of the year. The speakers come in both Winnie the Pooh and Stitch characters, and can hook up to any standard music player or PC.