Who in their right mind would come along and tear down Harper Lee's old rambling childhood home? Why, didn't they know that everyone would want to walk up on the front porch and sit on the swing hanging from the rafters; see Nelle and her beloved sister Alice's rooms; find where her mother Frances' piano sat; see where she and her father A.C. Lee worked crossword puzzles and where she and her brother Ed read books or walk to the back door to peer into the yard where Nelle, Truman Capote and Truman's cousin Big Boy climbed up in the tree house in the big chinaberry tree?
You will find the answers to when and why the house was torn down in this collection of short stories.
"Ice Cream's Not for Eating, - It's for Selling!" -Francis Hardee
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Publisher Nall Printing Publish Date Jan 1, 1970 Copyright Date Jan 1, 1970 Binding Paperback