HARRY AND THE LADY NEXT DOOR by Gene Zion

HARRY AND THE LADY NEXT DOOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A small dog with large spots shows a sensitive ear for music as he attempts to silence the lady singer who lives next door. His valiant attempts repeatedly fail when he enlists the help of a cow, a parade musician, and even the wind, to repress the enthusiastic vocalist. But finally his persistence gets him his way, and the lady next door is removed from hearing distance. A funny and eventful story which may teach children a certain contempt for singing, but will also amuse them.

Pub Date: Sept. 14th, 1960
Publisher: Harper