on 9 October 1998
As a child Charlotte's Web was my very favorite book. I re-read it dozens of times and love it to this day. I still cry over the ending and find it so very beautiful how Charlotte and her spirit lives on. E.B. White paints such a vivid barnyard scene I still remember the smells and the sounds I imagined as a child. Simply put, I love this book. Today, as an adult, it is still an all-time favorite.
on 2 February 1999
The best part of this book was when the sail boat race took place. I liked that part because the policeman fell in the water. Also, I liked being able to see the world through a mouse's eyes. Margalo is a great character in the book because she is smart and she helped Stuart. I am looking forward to reading another book by E.B. White, such as Charlotte's Web and the Trumpet of the Swan.
on 11 January 1999
"Stuart Little" by E.B. White was full of adventure and humor. We found Stuart to be a very funny and believable character. We did, however, think it a bit strange that no one, except the policemen taking the missing person's report, found it strange that Stuart was only 2 inches high and looked like a mouse. We would definitely reccommend this book to anyone looking for a laugh or adventure.
on 17 June 1999
"Charlotte's Web", one of the few books I've completely read as a child, still brings fond memories of the true meaning of friendship. This book taught mean how wide gap's and diffrences could be respectfully compromised and that no matter where you are in the world, you're never alone. Also, that life goes on, you're never lonely, just a bit wiser and fulfilled.