Charlotte's Web with Stuart Little and The Trumpet of the Swan
Charlotte's Web, stuart little, and The Trumpet of the Swan have captured the hearts of millions of readers. For the first time, they are all together in one volume.
Charlotte's Web tells the story of a young girl named Fern who loves a little pig named Wilbur—and of Wilbur's dear friend Charlotte, a beautiful grey spider who lives with Wilbur in the barn. Their story o...more
I have to say that it was the best gift that my Poppa ever gave me. I can't remember it if was Christmas, or a birthday gift. All that I remember is getting it. And how I ...more
The Trumpet of the Swan is definitely more of a favorite to me than the other two. This is the second time I've read it to Isabella, she doesn't remember the first, and she really enjoyed it. She is 6 now, and she understood the story much better. Her love for animals really helped her to appreciate the story more as well.
I read Stuart Little to her a couple years ago and I can't really remember the d ...more
We've now read all of these, but it was supposed to be for The Trumpet of the Swan.
We all loved it. We being the children and me. It was weird. I didn't expect it to be weird in the same way as Stuart Little and Charlotte's Web are, but I suppose I should have. I loved the book, it was a joy to read.
N-boy and R-girl liked the part about Camp KooKoosKoos. M-girl liked when Louis got his trumpet. I loved the chapter at the zoo where he negotiated freedom (although I was disappointed in some o ...more
It was a pleasant surprise to me, never having read this humorous tale by E. B. White. One character was over the top, but we all had many giggles from this work.
Without doubt,it shall recur in the reading line-up.
will just uconcern. But fern saved 1 being. I like the character`s heart. Aso it was a good idea (Charlotte the spider make some words out of the web). That makes reader fun and amazing. And farn animals trouble was great. Wilbur escaping...
my favorite is Trumpet of the Swan,
Dave's is Stuart Little,
Caoimhe's is Charlotte, ever Charlotte.
update: summer is a hot and distracting time to commit to books without pictures. We shall return, in the long long winter.