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Grandpa Green Hardcover – August 30, 2011
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K-Gr 3-A child relates the story of his great-grandfather's life as it had been told to him in Smith's poignant story (Roaring Brook, 2011) about childhood on a farm, dreams and imagination, and a life filled with loving memories. Growing older sometimes means forgetting, but this tale celebrates the ability to keep memories alive in different ways. Noah Galvin narrates this simple, but poetic account of a man's life and the topiary garden that shares his story. The narration is simple, with little expression. Page-turn signals are optional. Make sure to have the book available since Smith's illustrations are what makes this Caldecott Honor book so successful.-Kelly Roth, Prospect Park School, PAα(c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
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I purchased through Amazon to take advantage of shipping as it was a gift but noticed their price was slightly lower than the physical retailer as well.
The book holds a great significance for me, because it reminded me of the Craylola Crayon "Forest Green"; we used to call it "Grandpa Green" because my grandpa's name was Forrest.
A wonderfully touching book.