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The King's Stilts

The King's Stilts

  

by Dr. Seuss

Home Dr Seuss The King's Stilts Themes Man and the Natural World

The King's Stilts Man and the Natural World Quotes

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And when they played they really PLAYED. And when they worked they really WORKED. And the cats kept the Nizzards away from the Dike Trees. And the Dike Trees kept the water back out of the land. (120)

The Kingdom of Binn is at peace again. And more importantly, the natural order and balance between the Nizzards, the Dike Trees, the Patrol Cats and King Birtram is once again restored. And, like in every other fairy tale, they live happily ever after. The end!

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