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The Trouble with Henry by Deborah O'Neal
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A nice extension piece to the reading of Walden. Helps to show older readers that there are--in fact--approaches to Thoreau's seminal work by way of picture books and illustrated texts. This one is based on supposed/inferred reactions from the people of Concord and a suggested intervention that Thoreau may have led in response to the introduction of a possible mill going in near the pond.

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