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Stuart Little Free read í E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¸ Stuart Little's family love him dearly although he's a very unusual baby He doesn't look anything like his mother or father or his brother George In fact Stuart looks very much like a very tiny mouseA funny and special story by the author of Charlotte's Webback coverIke a very tiny mouseA funny and special story by the author of Charlotte's Webback cover. I'm just glad I didn't read this book as a child or the idea that Mrs Little gave birth to a mouse and everyone thinks it's strange but perfectly natural would've really freaked me out enough to ask my parents awkward uestions

Stuart LittleIke a very tiny mouseA funny and special story by the author of Charlotte's Webback cover. I'm just glad I didn't read this book as a child or the idea that Mrs Little gave birth to a mouse and everyone thinks it's strange but perfectly natural would've really freaked me out enough to ask my parents awkward uestions

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Stuart Little ✓ Anything like his mother or father or his brother George In fact Stuart looks very much l. This is the first book that ever blew my mind by far my favorite children's novel One thing I look for in a book I've realized is a knockout ending a book better have a good payoffI don't want to spoil the ending here but when my ten year old self got there I couldn't believe it How could EB White leave it like that How can he leave so much unanswered Moreover how could he do that and still have it be so powerful and work so effectivelyI still am moved every time I read the last few pages and sometimes still cry That's right I'm a sensitive modern secure man and the last sentence may be my favorite in literature better than 'Tis a far far better thing I do Free download ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ë E.B. White

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E.B. White ë 9 Free download Stuart Little's family love him dearly although he's a very unusual baby He doesn't look. Stuart Little is a children's novel from 1946 by Elwyn Brooks White who was also the author of the famous Charlotte's Web However Stuart Little is a bit of a period piece rather than a true classicStuart Little is a talking mouse who lives in New York City with his human parents older brother George and Snowbell the cat He is a rather pompous sort of fellow dressing in either a sailor suit or formal clothes and affecting English manners except when he speaks the American slang of the time He forms a friendship with a beautiful little white bird called Margalo until to Stuart's dismay she disappears to fly North The idea of tracking her down appeals to Stuart's spirit of adventure so he sets off to find her This the cue for all Stuart's rip roaring adventures They include uite a lot about canoes and boating a romance with another tiny little female and a jolly interlude where Stuart stands in for an absent teacher The stories are told over 15 short chapters The intext line illustrations are by Garth WilliamsThis was EB White's first foray into children's literature and he claimed it was inspired by a dream He was awarded the Laura Ingalls Wilder medal both for this novel plus Charlotte's Web in 1970 If you enjoy gently humorous and whimsical tales with an old fashioned feel and type of children's hero you may enjoy this book but it is not likely to appeal to a modern child though it is written in an amusing chatty style Here is the beginning When Mrs Frederick C Little's second son arrived everybody noticed that he was not much bigger than a mouse The truth of the matter was the baby looked very much like a mouse in every way He was only about two inches high; and he had a mouse's sharp nose a mouse's tail a mouse's whiskers and the pleasant shy manner of a mouse Before he was many days old he was not only looking like a mouse but acting like one too wearing a gray hat and carrying a small caseThere have been two family comedy films based loosely on the book featuring partly live action and partly computer animation There has also been a television series So is the book comic Not in modern terms although at its best it is droll Is it an allegory Perhaps The little white bird clearly symbolises freedom It's also all about learning to have courage and developing as an individual; in a sense it's a coming of age story The idea is appealing hence the adaptations A personnified mouse hero is a staple of children's fiction both classic and contemporary However perhaps Stuart Little has now outgrown his uaint and rather twee beginnings