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Three Boys and a Girl

Guest host Jane Kaczmarek presents four stories in which boys—and one girl—encounter adventures.   David Hyde Pierce reads an excerpt from E.B. White’s classic about intrepid mouse Stuart Little; Malachy McCourt reads James Joyce’s tale of thwarted young love, “Araby;” in Andrew Lam’s “The Palmist” a teenager hears his future; the reader is James Naughton.  And a father and daughter glide out of an airplane in “Flying” by Stephen Dixon, read by Thomas Gibson.   

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