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An introduction to Whitefoot, who is a very optimistic mouse. Even humans have something to learn from his happy way of life and his various adventures.
We discover more about the robin. Mary and Colin are transformed into happy delightful children. Colin has opened the drapes in his room that covered his mother’s portrait.
by Hugh Lofting
Doctor Dolittle receives word about the disappearance of Golden Arrow's son, Long Arrow.
A fairy sparrow teaches a cross old woman a lesson.
Dorothy and her friends come upon the dragonettes.
by Victor Hugo
The narrator provides a bleak, but thorough picture of Place de Gréve.
by Mark Twain
Huck is invited to stay with the Grangerford family.
On Halloween morning, Curly and Flop decide to dress up and fool Uncle Wiggly. However, he overhears their plan and hatches one of his own. He dresses up like a fish and is caught by a local fisherman.
Sylvie, Bruno, and the Other Professor enter Dogland and are spoken to by the guard.
A Chinese Empress quells an uprising and then has to mend the heavens and the pillars that hold up the sky.
Henry returns to his regiment fearing they know he retreated. Henry sees a dying soldier in the distance. The soldier is Jim Conklin.
Zeena's return fills Ethan with a sense of foreboding.
by Kirk Munroe
Quorum's experience of events is revealed.
Coverdale seeks out Moodie, trying to discover the secrets of Priscilla's past.
Dorothy meets the King of Bunnybury and has lunch with him. He cries and complains about how unhappy he is being king. Dorothy says she’ll talk to Glinda and help him find a replacement.
by O. Henry
A dog despises the masters coddling treatment.
by Mark Twain
Tom and Huck witness a commotion in the graveyard.
by J.M. Barrie
Peter, Tinkerbell, and the Darling children take flight as they make their way to Neverland.
by Jules Verne
by Mary Shelley
The monster tells Victor of his confusion and awe in discovering the basic functions of life and the many aspects of fire. Humans were frightened by his appearance causing him to avoid any contact with them. From a hovel he observes the occupants of a cottage.
by Jack London
The exhausted sled team arrives at Skaguay, where they meet their new owners.
The author conducted by a Houyhnhnm to his house. The house described. The author’s reception. The food of the Houyhnhnms. The author in distress for want of meat. Is at last relieved. His manner of feeding in this country.
by Oscar Wilde
Dorian attends a dinner party, but finds himself distracted and bored. He returns home to discard the remaining evidence of Basil’s presence there.