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My Hippie Grandmother by Reeve Lindbergh
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My Hippie Grandmother (2003)

by Reeve Lindbergh

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The little girl in this book really loves her hippie grandmother with her purple bus, banjo, and habit of picketing city hall. The girl clearly enjoys her grandmother’s hippie lifestyle and the fun they have together. Her grandmother says that the girl will someday find her perfect job, but the little girl wants to be a hippie grandmother just like hers. This charming story about the love between a grandmother and granddaughter is told in the form of a rhyming poem. Occasionally, the poem gets a bit too sing-songy or the rhymes a little strange, but for the most part the poem format works fairly well and would probably lend itself to being read out loud rather nicely. The bright, psychedelic colored illustrations are done primarily in watercolor and they really suit the story. Kids between the ages of 3 and 8 will delight at this fun story. ( )
  robincar | Nov 17, 2013 |
This was a good story with a rhyming text about a grandmother obviously from the hippy generation and how she spends her days living the hippy lifestyle. The book was a lot of fun. It emphasized the strong bond between the grandmother and her granddaughter. I liked the whole thing. ( )
  matthewbloome | May 19, 2013 |
a cute poem about a little girls grandmother who is a hippie. The little girl loves all the things her grandmother does and hopes to be just like her one day. Having a hippie grandmother is seems to be pretty cool. ( )
  mdonley | Oct 23, 2012 |
A sweet book told from the perspective a little child that obviously loves a hippie grandmother and the lifestyle that goes with it. There are probably many families with a hippie grandmother (or two!) and while it might seem twee to some, it is nice to see a grandparent depicted as something other than the normal 'sweet-old-thing' and something probably closer to what many young children today would recognise as their grandparent. ( )
  ForrestFamily | Nov 18, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0763606715, Hardcover)

An enthusiastic ode to free spirits of all generations.


Who says grandmothers have to wear tidy buns and be relegated to rocking chairs? In lilting rhyme and sunny psychedelic colors, Reeve Lindbergh and Abby Carter introduce the most vibrant, tie-dyed grandmother ever to dance her way across a picture book - together with her cat named Woodstock, her guitar-strumming boyfriend, her organic garden, and her very proud granddaughter. Flower power forever!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:21:14 -0400)

A young girl describes all the things she likes about her grandmother, including the purple bus she drives, growing vegetables, picketing City Hall, and playing the banjo.

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