Grandfather, the Doll, the Carp, and Me (Scott Foresman Reading, Leveled Reader 106B)
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Grandfather, the Doll, the Carp, and Me (Scott Foresman Reading, Leveled Reader 106B)

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Published by Addison-Wesley Educational Publishers .
Written in English


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FormatPaperback
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Open LibraryOL11084711M
ISBN 100673625265
ISBN 109780673625267

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  A bonding book between grandfather and child. Cozy is a good word for it. Everyone is in a hurry, except grandfather who takes time for the boy and girl. An African American theme, a nice book with good mix of portait illustrations and scenery. One reader makes a good point that the book teaches about a granfather's love at the expense of Cited by: 4. Grandfather and I is an amazing realistic fiction picture book written by Helen E. Buckley and illustrated by Jan Ormerod. The age group this book is intended for is 3 year olds all the way up to 7 year olds. It shows the bond between a grandchild and a grandfather.4/5. Books shelved as grandfather: The Tiger's Wife by Téa Obreht, The Fourteenth Goldfish by Jennifer L. Holm, Grandfather's Journey by Allen Say, The Evolut. The gods spared the people but turned them into carp. The god who pleaded their case was turned into a golden carp. Antonio considers the possibility that his mother has been praying to the wrong god; perhaps she should pray to the golden carp. He asks Samuel where he can see the golden carp and is told that Cico will show him the fabulous carp.

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