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Thank You, Grandpa by Lynn Plourde
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Thank You, Grandpa

by Lynn Plourde

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This book is about a little girl and her grandfather that go on walks together. They find all different types of insects on their walks together.
Age: 4-6 years
Source: Pierce County Library
  roxannawilliams | May 19, 2013 |
This book is like a beautiful painting of nature and family
Source: South Hill Library
Ages: 3-4
  jmcbea67 | Apr 19, 2013 |
It was probably not the best book for me to read today, but I think it's a good book to help children deal with grief. ( )
  scote23 | Mar 30, 2013 |
K-2nd grade, love between grandparents and grandchildren is specail. A good book to introduce a child to the passing of a loved one. grandpa was loving, patient and kind enought to answer all questions, teaching her an appreciation of nature as they took their walks.
  VirginiaWrenn | Dec 15, 2010 |
I think this book does a great job addressing the death of a loved one in a gentle way for the targeted age group. Odds are good that a young child's first experience with death of a loved one will be a grandparent. The author does a nice job helping the reader focus on the things they are grateful for rather than the loss. The illustrations are amazing and deliver the intended clsoe relationship of hte girl and the grandfather. ( )
  rmschulz | Feb 23, 2010 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0525469923, Hardcover)

This glowing picture book, by turns playful and poignant, portrays the tender relationship between a grandfather and granddaughter as they appreciate nature together over the years. They take their first walk in the woods when the little girl is barely old enough to toddle; their last when Grandfather can only shuffle along. Each walk brings a new discovery-a sneaky snake, flashing fireflies, teardrops on a spiderweb-and sometimes a lesson about saying good-bye. One day the girl walks alone, stronger because she learned from her grandfather how to be grateful for life's fleeting gifts.

Illustrated by Jason Cockcroft.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:47:28 -0400)

On her many walks with her grandfather, a young girl learns to appreciate life and deal with death.

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