Neither thumbs up nor thumbs down for Stuart Little by E. B. White. Children’s.
I wasn’t an E. B. White fan when I was the right age for him. No change.
When the people in Central Park learned that one of the toy sailboats was being steered by a mouse in a sailor suit, they all came running. Soon the shores of the pond were so crowded that a policeman was sent from headquarters to announce that everybody would have to stop pushing, but nobody did. People in New York like to push each other. The most excited person of all was the boy who owned the Lillian B. Womrath. He was a fat, sulky boy of twelve, name LeRoy. He wore a blue serge suit and a white necktie stained with orange juice.
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