Grandma's Treasure Chest

Grandma's Treasure Chest

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by Grandma Janet Mary, Craig Pennington
     
 

This beautifully illustrated, hard-covered book is sure to become a true keepsake. Spend a rainy afternoon as a young granddaughter learns through the wisdom of her loving grandmother, the meaning of true treasure.

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This beautifully illustrated, hard-covered book is sure to become a true keepsake. Spend a rainy afternoon as a young granddaughter learns through the wisdom of her loving grandmother, the meaning of true treasure.

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ISBN-13:
9780974273235
Publisher:
My Grandma & Me Publishers
Publication date:
10/28/2005
Series:
Grandma Janet Mary Ser.
Pages:
32
Product dimensions:
10.60(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.38(d)

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Grandma's Treasure Chest 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When award-winning author, Grandma Janet Mary¿ puts pen to paper or, more likely, sits down at the computer, you know something wonderful will emerge. So it is with her latest creation, Grandma¿s Treasure Chest - the fourth book in the Grandma Janet Mary¿ series. In this poignant tale, a young girl is transported back in time as her grandmother takes her on a ¿tour¿ through the treasure chest that has always stood, unopen, in Grandma¿s bedroom. It¿s the perfect activity for a rainy afternoon. And as they go through the items in the chest, the girl discovers that the old trunk doesn¿t contain the jewels and gold coins of her fantasy but instead the gems that are the fruits of a long and loving relationship. The text is a gentle, lilting rhyme that contains lessons for children: ¿My Grandma says, `I¿m rich beyond compare. And all the money in the world can¿t buy what I will share.¿¿ As they go over past memories, they create new ones. And there is a special gift for the granddaughter, who concludes, ¿Some treasures in this life are found in Grandmas just like her.¿ A lovely story, enhanced by Craig Pennington's lovely illustrations. Those who enjoyed this story might also enjoy another children's picture book: Ruby Lee the Bumble Bee: A Bee's Bit of Wisdom. In it, another young girl has a similar grandmotherly neighbor who gives her a task that the girl finds to be a real challenge. But with the help of her new friend, Ruby Lee, she is encouraged to call on her inner resources to achieve and succeed.