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Mrs. Pine Takes a Trip

Mrs. Pine Takes a Trip - Leonard Kessler

Mrs. Pine Takes a Trip


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.

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Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.


Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away.

"Housework is easy," he says. But Mr. Pine soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and - oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home early tomorrow!

Readers of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.

Leonard Kessler has been creating books for children for the past fifty-five years. He has illustrated more than 200 books, many which he also wrote. He collaborated with his wife, Ethel, on forty books for young children. Three of Leonard Kessler's books have been named as the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books for Children. Leonard lived for many years in Rockland County, New York, and now lives in Sarasota, Florida. He has two grown children and four grandchildren.

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