Authors: The Folk of the Faraway Tree
m going home
," she said, "but
had a wonderful time, really I have.
, Moon-Face, and thank you for rescuing
me off the Ladder
Watzisname, I hope you remember your real name
, dear little Silky; it has been
lovely to know you.
, Saucepan! I
sorry you thought I was a horrid little girl."
Saucepan heard, for a wonder. "Oh, you
much nicer now," he said, "much, much nicer.
Come back again. You may get nicer still then
They all went down the Tree. Connie said
to the little red squirrel. "You
best little squirrel I ever knew!
They went through the Enchanted Wood, and
the trees whispered to Connie. "Wisha-wisha
re wishing me
," said Connie.
, Bessie, Fanny—how lucky you are to
live near the Enchanted Wood, and to be able to
go up the Faraway Tree whenever you like. I
wish I did too
So do I, don