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The mood in Charlotte's Web by E. B. White ranges from happy to sad, and then back to happy again. Fern is happy when she is able to rescue Wilbur from her father. The mood is sad once Wilbur realizes that Charlotte must die, and the mood is happy again when Wilbur realizes that three of Charlotte's children will be staying on the farm with him.

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The author of "Charlotte's Web", E.B. White, used a gentle and heartwarming tone in the book. His writing is often described as comforting and nostalgic, with a focus on friendship, loyalty, and the beauty of everyday life.

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The author's tone was friendly.

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