Christopher Robin Milne was the prototype of the hero of Christopher Robin in a series of stories about Winnie the Pooh, produced by his father. After the death of his parents, Christopher Robin has released two autobiographical books which told of his difficult relationship with his father as a child.
«When I was a kid, it almost never at home - says Milne Jr. - our relations were not close, as the father's relationship with his own father. If he had gone at all, I would have hardly miss ».
blockquote> Also Christopher Robin says that was a very shy boy, which is why the popularity of the books his father gave him a lot of problems. Peers often teased him, and the boy often dreamed that the father of the hero of fairy tales, Winnie the Pooh, was not at all in the world.
But later, as a teenager, Christopher Robin changed his attitude and became friendly with his father. He participated in the writing of other, later works of Alan Alexander Milne who, because of the huge popularity of "Winnie the Pooh" and has not gained prominence.