Synopses & Reviews
Where does everyoneand everythinglive? A House Is a House for Me is a rollicking rhyme about houses. Some of the houses are familiar, such as an anthill and a dog kennel, while others are surprising, such as a corn husk and a pea pod. This longtime favorite is filled with pictures that parents and children will want to look at again and again in a beautifully produced, deluxe fullsized edition.
'It is an astonishing book, one of the best of the year. (New York Times)'
"A brisk, even headlong rhyme plunges us into a swirling cluster of images . . . an overwhelming profusion of examples of houses. It is an astonishing book, one of the best of the year".--The New York Times. Full color.
About the Author
'Mary Ann Hoberman lives in Greenwich, Connecticut. Betty Fraser lives in New York City.'