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The sword in the stone

The English king dies leaving no heir. In the churchyard of a cathedral in London, a sword appears imbedded in a stone. It is inscribed with a prophecy. Although many try, no one can budge the sword from the stone. Deep ...

The wump world —Peet, Bill, author.

The Wump World is an unspoiled place until huge monsters bring hordes of tiny creatures from the planet Pollutus.

The ant and the elephant —Peet, Bill.

Of all the animals the elephant rescues, only the tiny ant returns the favor.

The caboose who got loose. —Peet, Bill.

Tired of being last on the smoky, noisy freight train, Katy Caboose wishes for some way to escape from the endless track.

Big bad Bruce —Peet, Bill.

Bruce, a bear bully, never picks on anyone his own size until he is diminished in more ways than one by a small but very independent witch.

Sleeping Beauty
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Princess Aurora is born to King Stefan and his wife. At a ceremony for her, fairies Flora, Fauna and Merryweather bestow gifts of magic on the child. But the evil sorceress, Maleficent, shows up and places a curse on the...

How Droofus the dragon lost his head —Peet, Bill.

Although he comes from a fierce family, Droofus is a good dragon undeserving of the price the king puts on his head.

Zella, Zack, and Zodiac —Peet, Bill.

Zella the zebra helps Zack the ostrich when he is young and helpless and when he grows up Zack returns the favor by saving Zella's young offspring from a lion.

One hundred and one Dalmatians
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Pongo and Perdita have a litter of 15 Dalmatian puppies. Cruella De Vil takes a fancy to the puppies and tries to buy them from their human owners, Roger and Anita. Cruella wants to get ahold of those puppies, as well as...

Huge Harold —Peet, Bill.

Harold the rabbit grows and grows--to dimensions which deprive him of normal hiding places but help him, after a bizarre chase, to an astonishing and wonderful achievement.

Capyboppy —Peet, Bill.

The author describes the spring and summer his family adopts a large South American rodent for a pet.

Ella —Peet, Bill.

A spiteful, conceited elephant runs away from the circus and immediately regrets her course of action.

Cyrus the unsinkable sea serpent —Peet, Bill.

Cyrus, a shy and friendly serpent, finally realizes his ambition by heroically helping some voyagers through a storm and foiling some dastardly pirates.

The Whingdingdilly —Peet, Bill.

Tired of a dog's life, Scamp visits the wicked little witch in the woods and becomes a whingdingdilly.

Buford, the little bighorn —Peet, Bill.

The story of an awkward and scrawny mountain sheep with oversized horns who escapes the hunters to become the sensation of a ski resort.

Eli —Peet, Bill.

A proud but decrepit lion learns a lesson about friendship from the vultures he despises.

The spooky tail of Prewitt peacock. —Peet, Bill.

When Prewitt's shamefully scraggly tail develops the appearance of a scary greeneyed monster, the other peacocks decide it has to go.

The gnats of Knotty Pine —Peet, Bill.

The smallest creatures of Knotty Pine Forest avert the horrors of the hunting season in a very "sportsgnatlike" way.

No such things —Peet, Bill.

Describes in rhyme a variety of fantastical creatures such as the blue-snouted Twumps, the pie-faced Pazeeks, and the fancy Fandangos.

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