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Grandmother's chair

by Ann Herbert Scott

Other authors: Meg Kelleher Aubrey (Illustrator)

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Grandmother's Chair by Ann Herbert Scott tells about tradition. In the story a girl sits with her grandmother and she tells of a chair that has been passed on from a few generations. Children can learn about traditions and determine if they participate in any traditions. ( )
  Nijania | Nov 18, 2014 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0395520010, Hardcover)

"Grandmother," asks four-year-old Katie, "how did you ever fit on this little chair?" Grandmother says that she was little once, too, just like Katie. Together they look through the family album to find pictures of all the little girls who have sat on the chair. Even though their worlds were very different, the girls shared many interests.

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Together Grandmother and Katie look through a family album and find all the little girls who have sat in Katie's black-and-gold chair.

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