Harry loves the city, where he lives with his mom. This year he is finally old enough to visit his grandad in the country. Grandad comes to pick him up, and they take a bus, then a train, a boat, another bus, and finally a taxi to Grandad's farmhouse. At first things feel too different for Harry, but the day after he gets there, Harry gets to hold a newborn lamb. From then on, there's no limit to Harry's enjoyment of all the interesting things on a farm - he almost forgets to miss his own home in the city. The Anholts have crafted a gentle picture book that proves "There's no place like home" holds true for all kinds of places.
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