26 Fairmount Avenue

By Tomie dePaola

DePaola looks back to 1938 when his family, overcoming fire and flood, builds a new house. That year Tomie “quits” kindergarten, shares “chocolates” with Nana upstairs, critiques a movie, practices mural art, and finally moves to 26 Fairmount Avenue.

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