13 Kids Books For The Beach, Lake, Pool, Or Backyard
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This winter, I read all the picture books I could find about children and their grandparents. These six were my favorites. You can be happy and sad at the same time, you know. It just happens that way sometimes. The big deal is the attention they both lavish on their granddaughter.
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Great for: Pre-K 3—5. He shows her dozens of treasures that he stashed in matchboxes as a little boy, including an olive pit from his hometown in Italy, a hairpin he found when he and his family were on the boat to America, and a ticket to a baseball game in Philadelphia.
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But I was in heaven not to be working and to sit by my father. The last page of the book shows the girl returning home in an airplane.
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Great for: Growing Reader 6—8. These days, when parents deploy abroad or travel for business, children often stay with their grandparents.
Ada Ruth , she said. But over time, Ada Ruth and Grandma form a tender bond. The last page of the book shows Mama trudging through the snow toward the house, just a few footsteps from a reunion with her daughter and her mother. So Nana stays up late knitting a fancy red cape to make her grandson feel like a superhero, and the next day, he wears it out on the town.