Uncle Wiggily in the Woods
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Uncle Wiggily in the Woods

By Howard Roger Garis
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, Uncle Wiggily in the Woods, by Howard R. Garis, Illustrated by Louis Wisa
    • E-text prepared by Al Haines
      • [Frontispiece: She put her sled on the slanting tree, sat down and Jillie gave her a little push.]
    • [Frontispiece: She put her sled on the slanting tree, sat down and Jillie gave her a little push.]
    • BEDTIME STORIES
  • Uncle Wiggily in the Woods
    • BY
    • HOWARD R. GARIS
      • ILLUSTRATED BY LOUIS WISA
        • A. L. BURT COMPANY PUBLISHERS —————— NEW YORK
      • A. L. BURT COMPANY PUBLISHERS —————— NEW YORK
    • ILLUSTRATED BY LOUIS WISA
      • A. L. BURT COMPANY PUBLISHERS —————— NEW YORK
    • A. L. BURT COMPANY PUBLISHERS —————— NEW YORK
    • CONTENTS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
      • She put her sled on the slanting tree, sat down and Jillie gave her a little push . . . . . . Frontispiece
      • Down toppled Uncle Wiggily's hat, not in the least hurt.
      • As they passed a high rock, out from behind it jumped the bad old tail-pulling monkey.
      • The tree barked and roared so like a lion that the foxes were frightened and were glad enough to run away.
      • Up, up and up into the air blew the kite and, as the string was tangled around the babboon's paws, it took him up with it.
      • "Ker-sneezio! Ker-snitzio! Ker-choo!" he sneezed as the powder from the puff balls went up his nose and into his eyes.
      • Jackie was so surprised that he opened his mouth.
      • Before Uncle Wiggily could stop himself he had run into the bush.
      • STORY I
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE WILLOW TREE
      • STORY II
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE WINTERGREEN
      • STORY III
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE SLIPPERY ELM
      • STORY IV
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE SASSAFRAS
      • STORY V
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE PULPIT-JACK
      • STORY VI
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE VIOLETS
      • STORY VII
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE HIGH TREE
        • [Illustration: Down toppled Uncle Wiggily's hat, not in the least hurt.]
      • [Illustration: Down toppled Uncle Wiggily's hat, not in the least hurt.]
      • STORY VIII
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE PEPPERMINT
      • STORY IX
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE BIRCH TREE
      • STORY X
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE BUTTERNUT TREE
      • STORY XI
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND LULU'S HAT
      • STORY XII
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE SNOW DROPS
        • [Illustration: As they passed a high rock, out from behind it jumped the bad old tail-pulling monkey.]
      • [Illustration: As they passed a high rock, out from behind it jumped the bad old tail-pulling monkey.]
      • STORY XIII
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE HORSE CHESTNUT
      • STORY XIV
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE PINE TREE
      • STORY XV
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE GREEN RUSHES
      • STORY XVI
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE BEE TREE
      • STORY XVII
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE DOGWOOD
        • [Illustration: The tree barked and roared so like a lion that the foxes were frightened and were glad enough to run away.]
      • [Illustration: The tree barked and roared so like a lion that the foxes were frightened and were glad enough to run away.]
      • STORY XVIII
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE HAZEL NUTS
      • STORY XIX
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND SUSIE'S DRESS
      • STORY XX
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND TOMMIE'S KITE
        • [Illustration: Up, up and up into the air blew the kite and, as the string was tangled around the babboon's paws, it took him up with it.]
      • [Illustration: Up, up and up into the air blew the kite and, as the string was tangled around the babboon's paws, it took him up with it.]
      • STORY XXI
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND JOHNNIE'S MARBLES
      • STORY XXII
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND BILLIE'S TOP
      • STORY XXIII
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE SUNBEAM
      • STORY XXIV
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE PUFF BALL
        • [Illustration: "Ker-sneezio! Ker-snitzio! Ker-choo!" he sneezed as the powder from the puff balls went up his nose and into his eyes.]
      • [Illustration: "Ker-sneezio! Ker-snitzio! Ker-choo!" he sneezed as the powder from the puff balls went up his nose and into his eyes.]
      • STORY XXV
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE MAY FLOWERS
      • STORY XXVI
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE BEECH TREE
      • STORY XXVII
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE BITTER MEDICINE
        • [Illustration: Jackie was so surprised that he opened his mouth.]
      • [Illustration: Jackie was so surprised that he opened his mouth.]
      • STORY XXVIII
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE PINE CONES
      • STORS; XXIX
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND HIS TORN COAT
      • STORY XXX
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE SYCAMORE TREE
      • STORY XXXI
      • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE RED SPOTS
        • [Illustration: Before Uncle Wiggily could stop himself he had run into the bush.]
      • [Illustration: Before Uncle Wiggily could stop himself he had run into the bush.]
    • She put her sled on the slanting tree, sat down and Jillie gave her a little push . . . . . . Frontispiece
    • Down toppled Uncle Wiggily's hat, not in the least hurt.
    • As they passed a high rock, out from behind it jumped the bad old tail-pulling monkey.
    • The tree barked and roared so like a lion that the foxes were frightened and were glad enough to run away.
    • Up, up and up into the air blew the kite and, as the string was tangled around the babboon's paws, it took him up with it.
    • "Ker-sneezio! Ker-snitzio! Ker-choo!" he sneezed as the powder from the puff balls went up his nose and into his eyes.
    • Jackie was so surprised that he opened his mouth.
    • Before Uncle Wiggily could stop himself he had run into the bush.
    • STORY I
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE WILLOW TREE
    • STORY II
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE WINTERGREEN
    • STORY III
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE SLIPPERY ELM
    • STORY IV
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE SASSAFRAS
    • STORY V
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE PULPIT-JACK
    • STORY VI
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE VIOLETS
    • STORY VII
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE HIGH TREE
      • [Illustration: Down toppled Uncle Wiggily's hat, not in the least hurt.]
    • [Illustration: Down toppled Uncle Wiggily's hat, not in the least hurt.]
    • STORY VIII
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE PEPPERMINT
    • STORY IX
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE BIRCH TREE
    • STORY X
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE BUTTERNUT TREE
    • STORY XI
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND LULU'S HAT
    • STORY XII
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE SNOW DROPS
      • [Illustration: As they passed a high rock, out from behind it jumped the bad old tail-pulling monkey.]
    • [Illustration: As they passed a high rock, out from behind it jumped the bad old tail-pulling monkey.]
    • STORY XIII
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE HORSE CHESTNUT
    • STORY XIV
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE PINE TREE
    • STORY XV
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE GREEN RUSHES
    • STORY XVI
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE BEE TREE
    • STORY XVII
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE DOGWOOD
      • [Illustration: The tree barked and roared so like a lion that the foxes were frightened and were glad enough to run away.]
    • [Illustration: The tree barked and roared so like a lion that the foxes were frightened and were glad enough to run away.]
    • STORY XVIII
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE HAZEL NUTS
    • STORY XIX
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND SUSIE'S DRESS
    • STORY XX
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND TOMMIE'S KITE
      • [Illustration: Up, up and up into the air blew the kite and, as the string was tangled around the babboon's paws, it took him up with it.]
    • [Illustration: Up, up and up into the air blew the kite and, as the string was tangled around the babboon's paws, it took him up with it.]
    • STORY XXI
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND JOHNNIE'S MARBLES
    • STORY XXII
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND BILLIE'S TOP
    • STORY XXIII
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE SUNBEAM
    • STORY XXIV
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE PUFF BALL
      • [Illustration: "Ker-sneezio! Ker-snitzio! Ker-choo!" he sneezed as the powder from the puff balls went up his nose and into his eyes.]
    • [Illustration: "Ker-sneezio! Ker-snitzio! Ker-choo!" he sneezed as the powder from the puff balls went up his nose and into his eyes.]
    • STORY XXV
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE MAY FLOWERS
    • STORY XXVI
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE BEECH TREE
    • STORY XXVII
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE BITTER MEDICINE
      • [Illustration: Jackie was so surprised that he opened his mouth.]
    • [Illustration: Jackie was so surprised that he opened his mouth.]
    • STORY XXVIII
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE PINE CONES
    • STORS; XXIX
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND HIS TORN COAT
    • STORY XXX
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE SYCAMORE TREE
    • STORY XXXI
    • UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE RED SPOTS
      • [Illustration: Before Uncle Wiggily could stop himself he had run into the bush.]
    • [Illustration: Before Uncle Wiggily could stop himself he had run into the bush.]
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