Hector and the Noisy Neighbor by David Gavril

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Hector loves peace and quiet, but his new neighbor, Rutherford, is always loud. Rutherford lifts weights in his apartment, plays the trombone, and moves his furniture at all hours. Hector doesn’t want to be rude, but he feels like screaming! How can he tell Rutherford to quiet down without hurting his feelings?

With charming characters and plenty of visual humor, David Gavril’s witty story reminds us that when dealing with a noisy neighbor, honesty is always the best policy.


About David Gavril

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David Gavril is the author-illustrator of "Hector and the Noisy Neighbor". He is the son of acclaimed children's book writer Jean Van Leeuwen. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Published March 30, 2004 by Dial. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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When Hector leaves Rutherford some mud pies with a significant note ("Welcome to our quiet nook"), Rutherford just uses the note as a bib;

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