In this book, published in 1967, there isn't a clear story. The book begins by asking questions about who could possibly live in this little house. We find it is "seven funny little, tiny little, lonely little men." They resist Doc's chore chart and discuss, over breakfast, how they wish they had someone to care for them. Off to the mine at night (where Dopey thinks about his wish to be tucked in at night). They come home and begin asking questions about the changed state of their home and welcome Snow White. My favorite part of this book is that Snow White's skirt looks like it has been colored by a child with crayon. Not sure I understand the style.