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The Little Big Book For Grandmothers

by Lena Tabori

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Following the tremendous success of The Little Big Book For Moms and The Little Big Book For Dads, here is another charming book filled with fairy tales, poetry, nursery rhymes, songs, stories, words of wisdom, activities, finger games, and recipes to enchant and delight. The Little Big Book For Grandmothers is brimming with so many of the classic and favorite things a granmother grew up with, and illustrated with charming vintage art she is sure to adore. Included are: 20 Fairy Tales: including The Little Mermaid, Thumbkin, Snow White and Red Rose, The Fisherman and His Wife, and Rupunzel; 16 Poems: such as Who Knows If The Moon's by e.e. cummings, The Sweetie Shop by Jessie Pope, and Robert Louis Stevenson'd Good Children; 12 Nursery Rhymes: including such beloved classics as Goosey Goosey Gander, Old Mother Hubbard, and Sleep, Baby, Sleep; 14 Songs: including Baby Beluga, Little Red Caboose, Polly Wolly Doodle, and Big Rock Candy Mountain; 16 Old-Fashioned Games: from Tiddlywinks to Drop the Handkerchief; 5 Grandmother Stories: including A Tale Of Three Balloons by Mrs. Albert G. Latham and Marion Walton's Ned's Visit To His Grandmother; 10 Finger Games: such as Grandma's Glasses, Cabin In The Wood, Round the Garden, and The Beehive; 28 Activities: including Embroidered Bibs, a Crib Quilt, and a Family Tree to give to a new grandchild, as well as a Felt Flower Chain, Body Collage, and holiday activities to do with the little ones; 30 Recipes: everything a grandmother needs to indulge her grandchildren including Ice Cream Sundaes, Chocolate Fudge, Peach Cobbler, Lemon Squares, Strawberry Shortcake, Peacan Pie, Chocolate Layer Cake, and Classic Drinks.

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A collection of traditional tales, nursery rhymes, songs, literary excerpts, poems, finger games, recipes and more.

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