This is our house
By Michael Rosen
George has made a cardboard house with jolly red windows, flowers and an aerial. George wants it all to himself. It isn't a house for girls, for small people or twins. It isn't for people wearing glasses, firemen or doctors.
But when George goes to the loo, his friends fill his house to bursting point. It now has no room for redheads like George, who kicks and screams, yells and sobs, and then has a good think.
He decides his house is for everyone, even if they are girls, twins, tunnel diggers, wayward pilots, redheads or wear glasses.
A simple tale about sharing and friendship, abut realising that everyone is different and that, that makes life much more fun.