This is a diary of Winnie the Pooh's journey down the river Thames, in England. It is a shorten version, written especially for children (We also have a more detailed voyage)
The River Thames is sometimes referred to as 'Father Thames', in recognition that the river is father to the settlements on its banks.
Why do you think many towns and cities have been built along the River Thames? Why was/is the river important to them?
Old Father Thames
'Old Father Thames' sculptured by Rafaelle Monti for the Great Exhibition of 1851 at the Crystal Palace.
See if you can spot Pooh in his boat as you follow him down the River Thames.
Enjoy your trip down the Thames with Pooh