I read The Neighbors by Einat Tsarfati.

Inside front flap:

Climbing the stairs to her seventh-floor apartment each night, one curious little girl wonders what is behind her neighbors’ doors. Each door is totally different from the last, so she guesses that each apartment must contain a totally different kind of household. As she climbs higher, her imagination gets wilder–acrobats? Vampires? Pirates? But when she reaches her own door, the girl enters to find an ordinary, quiet home with ordinary, quiet parents… or so she thinks.

That made me WANT to read it.

It sold the story well, giving the entire story without giving away too much. Even the vampires and pirates have more depth to their story because of the illustrations.

Definitely a good book.

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