THE LITTLEST HOUSE by Elizabeth Coatsworth

THE LITTLEST HOUSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A Hingham story about a real little house, that was loaned to three children for a summer holiday. They were a bit too much for the serenity of the maiden aunt, and an understanding neighbor offered the tiny house, just such a house as would fire the enthusiasm of any children. This is an episodic story, of the adventures in furnishing the house, and the things that happened. There is less plot, less building to a point than in most of her books.

Publisher: Macmillan