2 edition of Grandma and the American way found in the catalog.
Grandma and the American way
|Statement||by James Reach ...|
|LC Classifications||PS3535.E12 G68 1941|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||107,  p.|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||41024727|
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This book said it all in a fun way. My granddaughter lives in another state. I want her to know that distance will not separate us. I will find a way to see her no matter what vehicle I must use.
There is nothing this crazy grandma wouldn't do for her. It is a fun book and a great reminder what grandma's will do for their grandchildren/5(). The child wisely allows plenty of time for Grandma to look at the pages while reading a book, peek at the stars, and choose the best spot to sleep.
Any grown-up who has calmly been the object of a child's flights of fancy will chuckle at the scenarios, as Grandma, never mugging or rolling her eyes, participates fully and patiently in all of her /5(). A Long Way from Chicago takes place during the Great Depression, and each chapter spans a different year when the kids travel via train to see their eccentric, huge Grandma Dowdel.
During the first summer, their grandmother holds a wake for a dead townsman and tells all sorts of tall tales to the reporters who report on his death.
Grandma's Tiny House is the kind of house you want to be in. The story is so full of love, I am so glad I choose it to read to my kids. It makes them think of their own grandma and her tiny house that always manages to cram everyone in/5.
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Sandra - My grandma used to boil a stewing hen then she’d skim a little of the fat off the top and make a well in flour and add salt - after she sloghy mixed the flour she would make another well and add in a half ladle of broth, then she’d pick the chicken off the bone while it was still hot, put it back in the broth and roll out the dough.
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The next anybody heard from her, this genteel, farm-reared, /5(11). Get this from a library. Grandma's wartime baking book: World War II and the way we baked. [Joanne Lamb Hayes] -- A collection of recipes from the World War II era is a tribute to the innovative and patriotic ways American women baked for their families despite the challenges of rationing and stress.
Grandma's defenses against the violence of social intercourse more precisely define many of what critics have vaguely touted as The American Dream's most "absurdist" moments.
These defenses are nevertheless "absurd" in the truest sense, involving her apparent deafness, senility, memory lapses, epigrammatic wit, and general obscenity. The doorbell rings, and the Young Man enters. Grandma looks him over approvingly and compliments his looks: his face is "almost insultingly good- looking in a typically American way".
Indeed, as he himself notes, he his a "type". Grandma announces the boy as the American Dream. A Long Way from Chicago is a touching and very funny book. The narrator, Joey Dowdel, shares the experiences of visiting his thrifty, hardworking, no-nonsense grandmother.
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By now, you all know that I love a good children's book. Well, I just received a copy of a brand new one. It's called "My Far Away Grandma," written by Deborah Riemer and illustrated by Susan Sargent.
This book is full of bright, whimsical illustrations and was designed to read aloud to : Xoxo Grandma.Get this from a library!
Grandma's wartime kitchen: World War II and the way we cooked. [Joanne Lamb Hayes] -- "Presents over recipes from the World War II era, updated for the modern kitchen, and includes anecdotes, advertisements, advice, and archival recipes from the period.". Grandma Kisses—a snuggle-up book!
There’s nothing like going to Grandma’s house—loving arms always eager to greet you, warm cookies in the cookie jar, and reassuring words when you need them most. Grandma Kissesdisplays the love and special connection grandmothers share with their grandchildren through sweet, funny prose and adorable Brand: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.