Sleepover at Gramma's House by Barbara Joosse, Jan Jutte
Going to Gramma's takes plenty of preparation. Granddaughter packs her overnighty trunk and says goodbye to Mom, Dad, little fish and baby in the bed. She can't wait to see her silly millie gramma! Together at last, the two spend a day full of dancing, painting each other and partying with a razzle and a dazzle before, finally, resting together in a ricky rocky swing. What a day!
Barbara Joosse's spirited text combined with Jan Jutte's lively illustrations create this delightful story. Full of engaging, bouncy language that zips right along, this is an original picture book that captures the loving relationship between a young-hearted gramma and her enthusiastic granddaughter.
Sleepover at Gramma's House 5 out of 5based on
More than 1 year ago
My Review: ¿Goodie goodie goodie¿I¿m packing up my little trunk, my little overnighty trunk, my nighty in my nighty trunk¿. That is the sound of an excited little elephant that couldn¿t wait to visit her gramma¿s house for sleepover. When she finally got to her house they spent the evening running thought the paper door, having a tea party, wall painting, taking a shower, dancing on gramma¿s toes and reading stories. Then they snuggled together watching the lighting in the sky. Oh. How they love each other so. This story tells of a good relationships and an expression of love a grandchild has with their grandparents. Children would love this playful rhyming story with great watercolor and acrylic illustrations by Jan Jutte. FTC Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion in any way.