Old Henry by Joan W. Blos
Illustrated by Stephen Gammell
The neighbours aren't too happy about Henry and his beat-up old house. Why doesn't he clean it up, and weed his garden and sweep his walk? Henry's got better things to do. Tired of being bothered, he finally gets fed up and moves away. The funny thing is, nobody's really happy when he does--not the neighbours, and not Henry. Here is a wise and witty tale about different kinds of people learning to get along.
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