Take a Good Look

After an insightful remark from his brother, Paul Motley begins screenwriting after a move to Manhattan. There, he meets an attractive and childish actress and waitress. After taking a job at the same restaurant to be closer to her, Paul is forced to get his priorities straight or risk more then he'd care to.

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A Rat's Tale

Montague Mad-Rat lives a solitary existence in the sewers of New York City. His only delights are scavenging through Central Park for feathers and berries for his mother, and painting the seashells his aunt brings him. One day, he rescues the beautiful Isabel Moberly-Rat, and upon escorting her home is introduced to a world he never knew existed. For she lives at the wharves, in a spacious crate, among rats who look down on thoselike himwho make...

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The Tar Pit

Everybody needs a friend...Edward Small might not be very good at schoolwork or at baseball or be very popular, but he has a truly amazing best friend: an enormous Allosaurus named Alexander who obeys Edward's every command and can crunch Edward's enemies in a heartbeat. There is no place Edward is happier than on the bank of the tar pit where his fantastical friend lives -- but little does he know that something remarkably real is about to...

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The Dulcimer Boy

William has the brown hair and Jules the gold. They are ten months old. This dulcimer is all their father has to give them. A weathered stranger delivers an old wicker chest to the Carbuncles' doorstep. In it they find two sleeping baby boys and a beautiful silver-stringed instrument. For the sake of appearing charitable to their neighbors, the Carbuncles take the boys in, but William and Jules are consigned to the chilly...

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