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Published in 1945, Stuart Little was E. B. White's first children's story. It is the tale of a young New Yorkermarker named Stuart Little who had the "shy, pleasant manner of a mouse" and in fact, is an actual mouse.

In 2005 a hardbound edition of the book was published to celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of the first edition of Stuart Little.


According to White, the idea for this story came while he was sleeping on the train.The reason for the book's abrupt ending was White's hypochondria. He thought he was going to die soon, so he ended the book in order to get it published before his death. White lived another 40 years after the book's publication.


"When Mrs. Frederick C. Little's second son arrived, everybody noticed that he was not much bigger than a mouse."

Film, TV or theatrical adaptations

  • The title and some characters were used in a film, also called Stuart Little, which combined live-action with computer animation, in 1999. The film can hardly be called an "adaptation" of the book, however, since virtually none of the plot of the book appears in the film.
  • The sequel to the first film, Stuart Little 2, was released in 2002.
  • An animated television series resulted, also named Stuart Little, produced for HBO Family.
  • "The World of Stuart Little," a 1966 episode of NBC's Children's Theater, won a Peabody Award and was nominated for an Emmy.
  • In 1954 Walt Disney considered making Stuart Little into an animated movie, but due to some problems, it was never produced.
  • A third and final film, Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild was released direct-to-video in 2006. It featured a different visual style, being entirely computer-animated.
  • The story was adapted for the stage by composer Ronna Frank. It toured throughout the United Kingdommarker and has appeared in several children's theatre productions in the United Statesmarker.

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