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A Week at Grandma's by Mary Ashwood
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A Week at Grandma's

by Mary Ashwood

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0990688208, Paperback)

A WEEK AT GRANDMA'S is a bright and colorful story about a girl going bird watching with her grandmother. The story is realistic fiction, and features a fun, mischievous young heroine that all children will relate to. Learning colors and days of the week with Grandma turns out to be a surprise adventure for both Amani and her grandmother when they both end up learning so much more. "Learning how to compromise is an important theme of this book, and is an important skill for young children to have modeled for them. Even though compromising means having to give something up, the story shows that both people are happier when they cooperate and work together.

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