“ He brushed his lapels and descended stairs as noiselessly as he had come, past the empty bedrooms, away from the clatter of rain on the conservatory’s windows, out the front door, past the swinging sign. SOLD, it read. He would return soon.” If you liked this little poem, you will like this book, “The House Of Months And Years” by Emma Trevayne. In this book, it takes off in Amelia’s room near her window. “She sees a shadow of a guy far below the window, his suit is old, musty, creased, and his hair is wild. He would return soon.” She wonders why he puts a sign that says “Sold” in the front of her house. She starts feeling very curious. This content is appropriate for all readers.