Winnie Ille Pu Latin/French Billingual
Far from the cliches of Walt Disney and unpublished in French, this is the bilingual Latin-French version of the adventures of Winnie the Pooh. The Latin translation of Alexander Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh, an English classic of children's literature written in 1926, is translated by Alexander Lenard. Born in Budapest in 1910, this famous Hungarian Latinist. His Winnie ille Pu, first printed in three hundred copies in 1958 in a small publishing house in Sao Paulo, is the only work in Latin to have entered the New York Times bestseller list. Christopher Robin and his famous teddy bear Winnie, Piglet, Owl and all the other marvellous animals from the Hundred Acres Forest express themselves in impeccable Latin that beginners or experts will enjoy.