Toy aisles are like Hollywood -- every year there are more young faces and fewer of the old ones. There's the new blood: Arthur, the Teletubbies, Bear in the Big Blue House, Pokémon, and Blue and her clues. Then come the middle-aged toys: the residents of Sesame Street, a Muppet or two, Scooby-Doo, and G.I. Joe. But the oldest face belongs to that silly old bear, Winnie the Pooh. Depending on whom you ask, Pooh is either 79 (based on August 14, 1921, the day author A.A. Milne presented his son Christopher Robin with the stuffed bear) or 75 (counting from October 14, 1924, the publication date of Milne's first Pooh book). Either way he's outlived his contemporaries (the Velveteen Rabbit and... More >>>