NOT VERY MUCH OF A HOUSE by M. Jean Craig

NOT VERY MUCH OF A HOUSE

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A small boy with a wagon-full of boyish toys announces: ""My name is Simon Samuel Satterthwaite, and it's a shiny, special day, and I am going to build a house."" He asks several animals what a house is made of, and naturally each has a different answer; the house looks more and more like a large lump until a butterfly suggests that the boy observe his own house to find out why.

Pub Date: June 26th, 1967
Publisher: Norton