"More William" (1922) by Richmal Crompton is like most of the "William" books: it has no continuous narrative, but consists of separate independent short stories. Some of the stories collected here are as follows:
- A Busy Day:
William is given a book entitled "Things a Boy Can Do" and annoys his entire household by trying to carry out its instructions.
In order to impress the little girl next door, William attempts to steal cream blancmange from the household kitchen.
- William's Hobby:
William takes up taxidermy as a hobby.
- The Ghost:
William arranges a "psychic experience" for his cousin Mildred.
- The May King:
William is chosen as attendant to the May Queen in a school pageant, but he has bigger ambitions.
- The Revenge:
William takes revenge on his family by pretending to run away from home.
- The Reform of William:
William is inspired to lead a better life, but decides not to start just yet!
- William's Christmas Eve:
William and Joan deliver a Christmas feast to a poor family.
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