Lindsay Mattick (Author) Lindsay Mattick, the great-granddaughter of Captain Harry Colebourn, grew up thinking of Winnie-the-Pooh as her own great-grandbear. She has shared Winnie's story as a radio documentary, spearheaded an original exhibition, and traveled to the UK to commemorate Harry and Winnie's experience in World War I. She works at Narrative Public Relations, and lives with her family in Toronto, Canada.Josh Greenhut (Author) Josh Greenhut is a consultant and writer. He lives in Toronto with his family.Sophie Blackall (Illustrator) Sophie Blackall is the illustrator of many picture books, including Finding Winnie: The True Story of the World's Most Famous Bear - winner of the prestigious Caldecott Medal. She lives with her family in New York, but keeps an eye on lighthouses for sale, just in case.
A work of undeniable charm. - The New York Times Book ReviewOh my, how I love Winnie's Great War. Only the magical team who brought us Finding Winnie could have created this poignant and heart-warming novel. An incandescent celebration of friendship and courage, this perfect little book is one to cherish. A triumph. - Katherine Applegate, Newbery Award-winning author of The One and Only IvanA heartwarming read-aloud. - School Library Journal, starred reviewA charming addition to Pooh lore that will send readers happily back to the Hundred-Acre Wood. - Kirkus ReviewsWell-detailed descriptions carry the reader along on the trip, and Colebourn and Winnie's strong friendship, rendered believably and movingly, is the emotional heart of the story. - Publishers Weekly