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This book is an incredible tribute to the spirit of individualism, creativity, imagination and inventiveness of children and their need for space to exercise these talents.
Andrew Henry is a boy with a knack for inventing creative contraptions and a family that does not appreciate this talent. Never one to give up easily, he decides to leave home and build his own house, which he proceeds to do in a secluded meadow. Soon other children, likewise unapprecaited for their hobbies, join him and he builds each of them a house perfectly suited to their interests (they are fabulous, I so wanted to live there as a child reading this book). When the children eventually reunite with their parents, it is with a new appreciation on both sides, and Andrew Henry's family sets aside space for his projects. An awesome must have for every well stocked child's bookshelf.
This copy is a 1965 Weekly Reader Book Club hardcover in decent used vintage condition. The pages are clean and crisp with minimal wear. Binding has been reinforced in front and back with clear tape. Cover is clean with light wear.