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The Tale of Rusty Wren

Arthur Scott Bailey

Book Overview: 

Arthur Scott Bailey, a native of the state of Vermont, wrote over forty children's books using a variety of animals, birds and even insects to entertain. The Tale of Rusty Wren is one of 16 stories of his Tuck-Me-In Tales series.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Every place into which he peered was either too big or too little, or[4] too high or too low; or it was where the rain would beat upon it; or maybe it was so situated that the cat could thrust her paw inside. Anyhow, every possible nook for a nest had some drawback. And Rusty was wondering what he could say to his wife, who was sure to be upset if her plans went wrong, when all at once he came upon the finest place for a house that he had ever seen. One quick look through the small round opening that led to it was enough.

He knew right away that his search was ended. So he hurried back to the orchard to find Mrs. Rusty and tell her the good news.

“I’ve found the best spot for a house in all Pleasant Valley!” he cried, as he dropped down beside her and hopped about in his excitement.

“Is it in a good neighborhood?” she inquired[5] calmly.

“Yes, indeed!” he replied. “It’s in . . . Read More

Community Reviews

Copyright 1917. Inscribed "Junior from Miss Robbins".
The story of the very much put upon Rusty Wren who basically spends most of his time being nagged by his wife.