Objects & Places from The Man Who Loved Children

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Tohoga House

This place is the setting for the first two-thirds of the book.


This item is a source of contention in the family because there is never enough of it.


This is an upscale neighborhood.


This city is considered dirty and industrial.

Washington, DC

This city is where Henny likes to shop and spend time with her friend Bert as a way to escape everyday life.


This country is where Sam is sent on his anthropological mission.


This is the place where the children meet to play or to listen to Sam regale them with stories and songs.

Harper's Ferry, Virginia

This place is where Louie's Aunt Beulah lives.


This region is where Sam is finally sent to observe nature, especially birds, for the Smithsonian Institute.

Spa House

This place is the name of the second Pollit family home, located in...

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