Andrew Henry's Meadow Author:Doris Burn To most everyone, Andrew Henry Thatcher's enthusiam for building thinks was a nuisance. Even the helicopter in the kitchen and the merry-go-round hitched to the sewing machine seemed to get in the way. So, one day, Andrew Henry quietly packed and moved to a meadow. — Before long Alice Burdock, who liked birds, turned up. Her father didn't care... more » for birds. Then George Turner came along with his boats and paddle wheel. And soon, six other children, each with a special interest that nobody seemed to appreciate.
How Andrew Henry aroused the whole town, and accidentally found a happy solution to his problem, is a captivating story. Almost more absorbing are the detailed drawings of his ingenious and quite buildable inventions.« less