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Can you pick the books that go on the shelves without exploding the library?
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On a trip to the library, a clumsy Sporcler has somehow mixed up most of the books. The Librarian is threatening him with a mine if he doesn't put them back correctly - can you help this poor lad?
First off, we'll need to sort out the plays - they're pretty slim and easy to put back. Click PLAYS.
Good. This comedy by Edmond Rostand should go under 'ROS', or maybe 'NOSE'.
These star crossed lovers will never be the same unless you can put them back where they belong! (Not the balcony, by the way!)
Now this slender beast by Eugene O'Neill: Hope it doesn't take you all 'day' to find it!
This 'zealous' comedy by Oscar Wilde goes right over there...
Last one! You'll be a saint if you put this Shaw play under 'DRAMA'.
Good! Now click GOTHIC to sort out those chilling novels over there...
If only you could just add a jolt of electricity to make this book come alive and walk to its rightful place!
Watch out for this Trevansylvanian creep as you're navigating for where this Stoker sensation belongs...
This creepy Wilde painting - I mean novel - is just staring you in the face...
Only one more - if you don't put this Walpole book back, you might get stuck in its castle!
Good job, you've made it this far. There's a sizable stack of American Literature over there...mind clicking AMERLIT?
This Fitzgerald novel's so great, it just has to go back to its shelf!
Don't be a phony! Put this Salinger work right over here!
If you can't put this Twain masterpiece under TWA, then you'll just need to float down a river, won't you?
Even if he did write short stories...mind your 'P's and Qs when placing this 'Raven'ous author's collected works...
If you can't put this Ralph Ellison novel where it belongs, you'll be just like the title, won't you?
If you can't put that Hawthorne book on it's proper shelf, I'll put this book's titular object on you to wear!
I'd hate to 'walk around in your shoes' if you misplace that Harper Lee book...
Good! Now we'll hop over to the other side of the pond and deal with BRITLIT, won't we? Click it.
Sail to Lilliput or Brodgingnag with this title character by Swift, but please sail back and return this book!
It'll be a sad 'tale' if you can't put this collection of Chaucer's poems on that top shelf...
Hey, if you're getting caught up in the tales of Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth, you might as well return it when you're done...
You Scrooge! Put that book back right now and don't mix it up with Dickens' other novels!
Miss Woodhouse won't be much pleased if you were to place her book by Austen over there...put it over here!
Almost done over here! Just help sort this Orwellian dystopia...did I mention Big Brother's watching you?
Good! Oh, next we've got those rather large epics and poems. Let's tackle them, shall we, by pressing EPICS?
I sure hope it doesn't take you this word for a long journey that, incidentally, is the title of the book you need to put back...
You'll be a 'Byron'ic hero if you can put this comedy near his other works..
Watch out for Grendel and his mother as you navigate where you think this book should go!
This long poem will lead you through Inferno and Purgatorio to get to the Paradiso of where this book belongs...
That was tedious. Now we're left with two sections to go! Click on CHILDLIT to sort out some nostalgic novels.
Hop down the rabbit hole with this British professor's nonsense book...
On the subject of nonsense, Limerick Lear's book needs to return where it belongs...
Are you Sam-I-am? Am I? It doesn't matter, at least if you put this Seuss book where it goes without any trouble...
Short section, wasn't it? Now we're down to the final section: Miscellaneous. Actually, they're all the books we somehow forgot to sort. Let's sort them, shall we? Click MISC.
Will you sell your soul to the devil to return this book to its shelf like the title character of this Marlowe play?
This great Voltaire satire should return where it belongs...without you being satirized!
Dashiell Hammett really outdid himself with this mystery
I hope you're not as evil as the title character of this Du Maurier book of romantic tale of suspense. (Here's a hint: it doesn't belong at Manderley!)
You have committed a great crime by not returning this Dostoyevsky masterpiece!
Fancy like traveling the world with this Verne science-fiction work?
It's always 'Friday' when you're holding this Daniel Defoe fiction...now put it back before you get marooned!
This Russian dystopia by Zamyatin is considered one of the first ever to be written...
Final book! You're so close. If you can place this Jack London book on a dog back to where it belongs, you won't have to encounter the fangs of that Librarian anymore!
Congrats! You've done it and escaped the clutches of the Librarian. Click ADIEU:)
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