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(((FREE))) ⇧ Stuart Little ↜ A Paperback Edition Of E.B White S Classic Novel About One Small Mouse On A Very Big Adventure With Black And White Illustrations.Stuart Little Is No Ordinary Mouse Born To A Family Of Humans, He Lives In New York City With His Parents, His Older Brother George, And Snowbell The Cat Though He S Shy And Thoughtful, He S Also A True Lover Of Adventure.Stuart S Greatest Adventure Comes When His Best Friend, A Beautiful Little Bird Named Margalo, Disappears From Her Nest Determined To Track Her Down, Stuart Ventures Away From Home For The Very First Time In His Life He Finds Adventure Aplenty But Will He Find His Friend


10 thoughts on “Stuart Little

  1. karen karen says:

    uh oh someone just lost two stars i remember liking this book when i read it as a child, and i loved trumpet of the swan and charlotte s web like no other, so i just sense memoried this into 4 stars now that i reread it for my paper, it gets what it deserves it is no good it is inexplicably bad and i ve since learned that the ending on this was rushed because e.b white was a hypochondriac who was convinced he was about to die and wanted to get this out to the publishers before that happ uh oh someone just lost two stars i remember liking this book when i read it as a child, and i loved trumpet of the swan and charlotte s web like no other, so i just sense memoried this into 4 stars now that i reread it for my paper, it gets what it deserves it is no good it is inexplicably bad and i ve since learned that the ending on this was rushed because e.b white was a hypochondriac who was convinced he was about to di...


  2. kingshearte kingshearte says:

    Strange little book The premise is one I enjoy, as I ve always been somewhat fascinated by unusually small things, and the notion of experiencing the world from the perspective of a very small being So I loved all the little contraptions and whatnot created to help Stuart function in a human sized house.However, the book kind of felt like White didn t really know what he was doing with it or where he was going with it The first half of it consists of largely unrelated, episodic adventures aro Strange little book The premise is one I enjoy, as I ve always been somewhat fascinated by unusually small things, and the notion of experiencing the world from the perspective of a very small being So I loved all the little contraptions and wh...


  3. Diane Diane says:

    A friend mentioned that this was one of her favorite children s books, and I realized I had never read it It didn t pack the emotional wallop that Charlotte s Web did, but it s still a fun, sweet story.Stuart Little was born only two inches high and he looked like a mouse, but luckily his parents and big brother loved him anyway The book is a series of Stuart s adventures, such as the time he got stuck in the window shade, or when he won a sailboat race in Central Park, or when he befriended a A friend mentioned that this was one of her favorite children s books, and I realized I had never read it It didn t pack the emotional wallop that Charlotte s Web did, but it s still a fun, sweet story.Stuart Little was born only two inches high and he looked like a mouse, but luckily his parents and big brother loved him anyway The book is a series of Stuart s adventures, such as the time he got stuck in the window s...


  4. Jamie Jamie says:

    Stuart Little is one of those books I used to recommend to parents when I worked in a bookstore I liked Charlotte s Web, and it s undisputedly a classic Robin William s character in Mrs Doubtfire reads it to baby Natalie while this isn t necessarily a ringing endorsement it certainly attests to the classical status of this book And so, when baby Alice and I were choosing our book from the library last week it was between Stuart and somethingmodern like Funke Because Alice was bo Stuart Little is one of those books I used to recommend to parents when I worked in a bookstore I liked Charlotte s Web, and it s undisputedly a classic Robin William s character in Mrs Doubtfire reads ...


  5. Jean Jean says:

    Stuart Little is a children s novel from 1946, by Elwyn Brooks White, who was also the author of thefamousCharlotte s WebHowever Stuart Little is a bit of a period piece, rather than a true classic.Stuart 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 Stuart Little is a children s novel from 1946, by Elwyn Brooks White...


  6. bup bup says:

    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 payoff.I don t want to spoil the ending here, but when my ten year old self got there, I couldn t believe it How could E.B 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 effectively I still am moved every time I read the last 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 payoff.I don t want to spoil the ending here, but when my ten year old self got there, I couldn t believe it How could E.B White leave it like that How can he leave so much unanswered Moreover, how...


  7. Asghar Abbas Asghar Abbas says:

    Excellent How children s book should be Lessons to be learned from an unlikely hero Pure magic Pure fun Pure adventure There was this scene where Stuart teaches a classroom full of kids that was a touch of genius, pure gold The ending was very whimsical, ...


  8. Jeanette McCulloh Jeanette McCulloh says:

    I did not like two humans having a mouse baby It does not seem to phase anybody else, though.


  9. Hayat Hayat says:

    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 questions.


  10. Jason Koivu Jason Koivu says:

    Almost as soon as the day he was born Stuart Little was asking for brandy and smokes Did Mrs Little birth a grown man, ala No, she birthed a mouse, apparently These are tall tales of a rather short stature, but that doesn t diminish their enjoyment In his clean, straight forward style E B White laid down a loosely connected collection of stor...