"Reverting to his earlier cartoon style, Arnosky lightens the mood while still observing the wildlife with a practiced eye. (Picture book. 4-9)"
Harry has come to look over a lot he's selling—his buyers plan a parking garage or a factory—but finds that the area already has plenty of tenants: a tree is an apartment house for birds; frogs and insects share the stream; children have built a tree house.
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