Harry and the Lady Next Door

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Harper Collins, Apr 19, 1978 - Juvenile Fiction - 64 pages
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Harry′s had it!

The lady next door sings too loudly and too often, but every time Harry tries to stop her he gets in trouble. Can Harry solve the neighborhood′s problem before he′s sent to the doghouse?

  

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Review: Harry and the Lady Next Door (Harry the Dog)

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My brother-in-law bought this for the girls for Christmas and I finally was able to read it to my older daughter tonight (age 5). Harry is a black and white dog who likes everything except the lady ... Read full review

Review: Harry and the Lady Next Door (Harry the Dog)

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My brother-in-law bought this for the girls for Christmas and I finally was able to read it to my older daughter tonight (age 5). Harry is a black and white dog who likes everything except the lady ... Read full review

Contents

The Party
7
Harrys First Try
18
Harrys Second Try
28
Copyright

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Page 47 - Then he ran with it. When he got back to the bandstand, he walked quietly up the stairs. The lady next door was singing. Harry put the watering can on the floor behind her. Soon the lady sang a very high note Then something happened. Two frogs jumped out of the can. One jumped on the lady's head. The other jumped on her shoulder. The other ladies in the contest shrieked and ran from the stage. But the lady next door went on singing She sang higher and louder than ever. When she finished her song,...
Page 44 - Blurp Blurp." It was low and beautiful. Harry stopped and listened. It was even softer and lower than the cows and the big horn He wished the lady next door would sing like this. Then he saw where the sound came from It came from inside a watering can. Suddenly Harry had an idea. He took the handle of the can in his mouth.
Page 20 - All around him were cows mooing They mooed very low notes. Harry listened. He thought the cows made beautiful music. He had never heard anything so soft and low. He wished the lady next door would sing like the cows. Suddenly Harry had an idea. He rounded up all the cows.
Page 7 - He loved all his neighbors, all except one. He did not love the lady next door The lady next door sang. She sang high and loud. When she sang, Harry's ears hurt She sang higher than the peanut whistle.
Page 31 - After he had walked for a long time he heard a wonderful sound. .. Oompah! Oompah! Oompah! Oompah! It was low and lovely. Then Harry saw what it was. It was the big horn in the Firemen's Band.
Page 32 - He wished the lady next door would sing like the big horn. Then he saw the leader of the band. The leader threw his stick into the air Harry watched.
Page 11 - She sang louder than the siren on the fire engine, When she sang, the firemen put their hands over their ears. She sang higher and louder than the cats sang.
Page 59 - ... In the middle of all the fuss the frogs hopped home Soon the time came for the lady next door to go away. Harry went to the ship with the family to see her off. "Good-bye! Good-bye!
Page 52 - Everyone clapped and clapped Harry barked and barked. He was the happiest of all. In the middle of all the fuss the frogs hopped home Soon the time came for the lady next door to go away. Harry went to the ship with the family...

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About the author (1978)

Gene Zion and two-time Caldecott Honor winner Margaret Bloy Graham have collaborated on several favorite stories about Harry: Harry by the Sea, Harry the Dirty Dog, and No Roses for Harry.

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