14. Chug, chug, chug. Puff, puff, puff.
The Little Engine that Could
By Watty Piper
15. The Lupine Lady lives in a small
house overlooking the sea.
By Barbara Cooney
16. It was almost December, and Jonas
was beginning to be frightened. No.
Wrong word, Jonas thought.
By Lois Lowry
17. Here is Edward Bear, coming
downstairs now, bump, bump,
bump, on the back of his head,
behind Christopher Robin.
By A. A. Milne
18. I should of been in school that
A Day No Pigs Would Die
By Robert Newton Peck
19. The Mole had been working very
hard all the morning, spring-cleaning
his little home.
The Wind in the Willows
By Kenneth Grahame
20. Most motorcars are
conglomerations (this is a long word
for bundles) of steel and wire and
rubber and plastic, and electricity
and oil and gasoline and water, and
the toffee papers you pushed down
the crack in the back seat last
By Ian Fleming
21. When Mary Lennox was sent to
Misselthwaite Manor to live with
her uncle everybody said she was
the most disagreeable-looking child
The Secret Garden
By Frances Hodgson Burnett
22. "Christmas won't be Christmas
without any presents," grumbled Jo,
lying on the rug.
By Louisa May Alcott
23. Once there were four children
whose names were Peter, Susan,
Edmond, and Lucy.
The Lion, the Witch and the
By C. S. Lewis
24. The first place that I can well
remember was a large pleasant
meadow with a pond of clear water
By Anna Sewell
25. There was a boy named Milo who
didn't know what to do with himself
- not just sometimes, but always.
The Phantom Tollbooth
By Norton Juster