Toboggan Wax is the enchanted story of a young boy who goes to live with his uncle in his secluded mountain valley. Snow lay on the ground just about all year long, and their main mode of transportation is by horse and sleigh or toboggan. During a severe snow storm, a strange visitor knocks on the cabin door, and when he goes, he doesn't even leave a footprint in the snow.
Nicholas always felt someday he would do great things, but he never expected it to be so special. He always loved working with his hands, building things of all kind. He, especially, enjoyed making toys for the children in town. He even fixed broken toys for the children they would drop off. Nicholas also loved working with all the different animals on his pa's farm. If one would get sick, he would stay up all night tending to it.
Under the Wishing Well is about a house cat's first time outside on her own. Her name is Dewster, and her short adventure to the outdoors causes quite a stir with her friends, Baxter the dog and Chippy the chipmunk. Dewster, her friends, and the children who listen to this story learn a valuable lesson along the way, plus the true meaning of friendship. After Dewster is accidentally locked outside, she finds shelter through a secret tunnel that leads into Chippy's house, which is built under the wishing well.
Harry needs to get as many blueberries from the blueberry bush as possible. His mom and dad will need the money they get from selling the berries for his school costs. He and his dog, Fritz, find themselves making a strange deal for the blueberries.
The Ghost of Kaiser Rock is a mixture of ghost stories circulating around a small town named Butler. It fits in quite well with helloween. The story about a young boy's short journey down a darkened road in his country neighborhood finishes up the book, but it certainly doesn't end the suspense.
Emma May loved playing in her new sandbox, but a sudden storm threatens to wash all the sand away.
The Six Wrinkled Pickles is a fictional story about a young boy's dealings with adults. The neighbors feel they pulled a fast one on little Johnny, but they're in for a rude awakening.
Little Moe's Christmas is the story about a little girl starting to doubt the authenticity of Santa Claus. But one day, Little Moe is taken on a magical journey that changes her mind forever.
It was a quiet morning at Fanny's parents' farmhouse. The warm summer breeze was drifting in through her upstairs bedroom window. Fanny loved summertime, especially, being awoken to the sound of her favorite songbirds singing. "It's sure quiet this morning," Fanny thought to herself as she awoke from her sleep. "I don't hear any of the songbirds singing. Something doesn't seem right. I had better go outside and take a look around."