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Miss Viola And Uncle Ed Lee

by Alice Faye Duncan

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Bradley tells his class a story about his two neighbors, Miss Viola and Uncle Ed Lee, who live on either side of him, and how, despite their opposite ways (Miss Viola is neat, Uncle Ed a slob), they both get together for lemonade and a game of hearts.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0689804768, Hardcover)

"Miss Viola" lives in a little lavender house with bright white shutters and a white picket fence.

"Uncle Ed Lee" lives in a little red house with hanging black shutters and a leaning mailbox.

"Miss Viola" is neat as a pin.

"Uncle Ed Lee" is junky as a pack rat.

They are opposites, through and through.

But Uncle Ed Lee wants to become friends with Miss Viola. Now, how can that be? Their young neighbor Bradley sees that friendship can take many forms one Saturday afternoon on Joubert Street.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:06:17 -0400)

A young boy helps his two neighbors, one as neat as a pin and the other as junky as a pack rat, become friends.

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