(2/-1) “Sleeping Beauty” and “Little Red Riding Hood” are the first two “tales” in the collection by Charles Perrault named for this bird.
(4/-2) The title comes from what the young bunny said / To the lady, the mouse, and the light overhead / And the bears and the chairs and balloons colored red / In this Margaret Wise Brown book for going to bed.
(6/-3) This E. T. A. Hoffman title character defeats the Mouse King on Christmas Eve, then transports young Marie Stahlbaum to a kingdom of dolls.
(8/-4) In this Francis Hodgson Burnett story, an American boy named Cedric Errol discovers that his is an English aristocrat.
(10/-5) Title of the farm in Maine that is home to Rebecca Randall in the novel by Kate Douglas Wiggin.