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Richard Peck's writing in A Season of Gifts is as wonderful as ever...if not more so.
I really hope you've already met Grandma Dowdel in Richard Peck's Newbery Honor book, A Long Way from Chicago, and his Newbery Medal winner, A Year Down Yonder.
It starts out good and only gets better as the story evolves (not hard reading either).
Every family should read this to their 10+years kids. Unforgettable stories of Grandma neighbor and her antics; true lessonsPublished 4 days ago by historyhound
A Season of Gifts is a pretty cute book. I can never read enough about Grandma Dowdel.Published 9 days ago by P. Wyatt
This is a great book! The characters usually remind me of someone I knew as I was growing up....which makes it funnier.Published 21 days ago by Torbie
Another wonderful tale by Peck and his unique creation, Grandma Dowdel.Published 2 months ago by A Reader in the Mitten
This is truly one of the best children's Christmas stories that I have ever read - and I've read most of them!! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lynn
Grandma Dowdel is back and still up to everything good in this third installment of the story. Unlike the previous two books, which are told from the point of view of her... Read morePublished 5 months ago by K8Ness
Great-Peck at his best--I have "loaned it around"--Top Notch writing!Published 5 months ago by Ruth E. Chew