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Family (Carolrhoda Picture Books) by Isabell…

Family (Carolrhoda Picture Books) (edition 2005)

by Isabell Monk, Janice Lee Porter (Illustrator)

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Hope's new and unusual dessert blends well with the traditional dishes prepared by her cousins and Aunt Poogee at their annual summer get-together.
Title:Family (Carolrhoda Picture Books)
Authors:Isabell Monk
Other authors:Janice Lee Porter (Illustrator)
Info:First Avenue Editions (2005), Paperback, 32 pages
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This is a book a bout a big family , all the family came to aunt poogee's farm , eachone brough different kind of food to share together. This feast was during Summer time, they ate, talked and laughed a lot.During the dessert was the pickle with peppermint inside, that was included in the family recipes, because they were delicious .
  pilarmorenoruiz | Mar 18, 2017 |
a little girl goes on a trip to see her family that lives very far away. she talks about all the different fun things that that side of the family does together. talks about differences in families
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  TUCC | Jan 10, 2017 |

This book is about an African american family who comes together to enjoy there family company. There out of town family came with new recipes to add to the family tradition of homemade food. They share laughter and fun while engaged with each other. This book is great for today's generation, it can teach them how they can have good clean fun without technology. ( )
  MariettaLangdon | Apr 15, 2016 |
Lesson: How Are Families Special?
  ccsdss | Feb 26, 2016 |
The theme of this story is family. Families make memories just like Hope's family. Their family reunions had laughs, games, and family dinners. Majority of the food were made by relatives. Family made meals is a tradition for this family. All families have traditions that just make more loving memories and makes these moments special. The end of the story stressed that love was the most important part of families. All of the food, memories, and laughs were all part of the family's love. Love is one of those things that define the word family as shown by this story. ( )
  AllieR93 | Sep 9, 2013 |
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