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Richard Robinson, the President and CEO of Scholastic Inc., the world's largest publisher and distributor of children's books, stated that a wonderful children's text contains a simple and original concept, is written with humour and leaves the world more exciting. Despite being published in 1928, A.A. Milne's The House At Pooh Corner stays an extremely effective children's text. The text fulfills the standards set from Richard Robinson also it's been able to do so through its great applications of literary elements such as style, themes and characters. Some examples of this can be linked to the functions of various developmental theorists such as Jean Piaget, Lev Vygotsky and Erik Erikson. Most kids like humour, and additional "funny things" generally. The tone of this text is quite humorous, but most of the humor is located in the language and dialog. There are often misspelt words in the dialogues and this occurs every time a character learns a new word and attempts to use it without understanding the right spelling and at times even the complete significance of it. ```And it's no good looking at the Six Pine Trees to get Piglet because he has been organdized in a special place of his. '''(P37) The spelling of "organised" is not right and the second portion of the dialog doesn't make too much sense either and this is since Pooh only just learnt the word from Rabbit. This is an instance of learning through the interaction with others, and is particularly mentioned in Lev Vygotsky's Theory of Cognitive Development. Vygotsky believed that understanding isn't formed by a single person, but during social interactions with different men and women. The made-up, nonsensical phrases can also be amusing for kids. These phrases are largely found in Pooh's eccentric but funny poems. "And a sort of s.. .