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Boundless Grace (Picture Puffin Books) by…

Boundless Grace (Picture Puffin Books) (original 1995; edition 2000)

by Mary Hoffman (Author), Caroline Binch (Illustrator)

Series: Grace

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Grace is invited for a visit with her father and his new family in Africa.
Title:Boundless Grace (Picture Puffin Books)
Authors:Mary Hoffman (Author)
Other authors:Caroline Binch (Illustrator)
Info:Puffin Books (2000), Edition: Illustrated, 32 pages
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Boundless Grace by Mary Hoffman (1995)


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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
(Sequel to Amazing Grace)
  brudder | Oct 28, 2019 |
Grace thinks her father does not love her because she does not live with them like other families. Her mother reassures her that even though he does not live with them that he loves her very much. After fantasizing about what having her dad there would be like she has the opportunity to go see her dad and his new family. She was a little apprehensive but soon realizes that no matter how far away her father is his love for her does not change. ( )
  naemc | Mar 21, 2017 |
I liked the book Boundless Grace for three reasons. The first reason is the message that the readers can take from it, and the lesson that Grace learned. Grace was upset because her family was not like others, she lived with her mother and grandmother but her father lived with his new family in Africa. Since they were not all together Grace thought her family was “wrong” but after her visit to go see her father and meet his family did she understand that there are other families like hers out there in the world and that there is no right or wrong family. Another reason I liked the book is because of the illustrations. The illustrations are so detailed and clear that you are really able to see the emotions Grace was feeling on her face. These illustrations also led you through her journey allowing us to see all of the different fabrics that she had to choose from in the fabric shop, and you could clearly see everyone enjoying themselves at their farewell party. Lastly, I liked the book because the characters were well developed; I was able to see Grace’s reaction to many different types of events. ( )
  awelch12 | Mar 6, 2017 |
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This is a book about a young girl who goes to meet her dad's new family in Africa. She learns a lot about what family means to her.
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