To ease the Depression's burdens on her family, an irrepressible girl spends the summer with her dour baker uncle in the city. In a starred review, PW said that this Caldecott Honor book "speaks volumes about the vast impact one small individual can make." All ages. (Mar.)
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PreSchool-Grade 2. Through her letters to her farm family, Lydia Grace tells how she brightens her uncle's dreary bakery and his disposition with a little dirt and a suitcase full of seeds.
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This book is suggested for my son's coming 1st Grade year. What a great story delivered through the letter writing of a talented little girl.Published 1 month ago by John
This is a nice book. It teaches a little history, shows different ways of life and also mixes different people in a good way. The illustrations are colorful and full of detail. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jenny H. Law
A gentle story written entirely in short letters by the young protagonist, Lydia Grace. Beautiful illustrations, including two fun before-and-afters--one of the storefront and one... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Editing_Gal
This book is not for toddlers... probably for a child that is a little older!Published 8 months ago by Danika Reyes