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My Grandma is Coming to Town

by Anna Grossnickle Hines

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This story is about a boy who's grandma lives very far away and hasn't seen him in a long time.
When she arrives he doesn't recognize her until the end when he tests her on the phone to see if she was his real grandma. ( )
  Megan7707 | Aug 13, 2015 |
The little boy in this story communicates with his grandma through sending letters to each other and talking on the phone. When she comes to visit the boy doesn't believe that is his grandma. He calls her on the phone to hear her voice and confirm that it is really his grandma sitting in his living room.
Age:3-5
Source: ECE Class Presentations
  heatherhoover | Aug 12, 2015 |
The child in this story converse with his grandmother through letters and on the phone. She decides to visit but he doesn't recognize her. He decides to call her to hear her voice and confirm that it's truly his grandmother visiting.
Age: 3-5 years
Source: Brought into class
  E_McGriff | Aug 11, 2015 |
A little boy is excited for his grandma to come visit him for the first time since he was a baby. They talk on the phone a lot and send each other letters all the time. When she finally arrives he is too shy and nervous to talk to her.

Ages - 3 to 5
Sources - Pierce County Library
  Ms.Ellie | Feb 5, 2014 |
Albert's grandma is coming to visit. He doesn't remember her, because the last time she saw him he was a baby. Albert has spoken to her on the phone. Grandma comes to town and Albert is very shy, but they figure out a solution to help Albert be more comfortable around grandma.

Source: Pierce County
Ages: 4-7
  DalyJannie | Nov 18, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0763612375, Hardcover)

When a familiar phone voice is suddenly there in person, little Albert develops a major case of shyness, but it’s nothing that sharing some favorite rhymes can’t cure.


Hark, hark, the dogs do bark,
My grandma is coming to town.
She’ll fly in a great big airplane,
Up in the air and down.

Even though Grandma lives far away, Albert loves talking to her on the
phone and receiving the gifts she sends in the mail. So he’s thrilled that Grandma is coming to visit - until the moment she arrives, when he
suddenly feels strangely shy. But thanks to their favorite rhymes and a bit
of make-believe, a long-distance grandma becomes a wonderful reality in
this sweet, cheerily illustrated story about a special family tie.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:19:59 -0400)

Albert and his grandma have a special long-distance relationship, but when she comes to visit, it takes him a little while to overcome his shyness.

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