Item description for Treasures from Grandma (Richardson, Arleta. Grandma's Attic Series.) by Arleta Richardson & A12...
Overview Grandma's wonderful memory - like Grandma's attic - holds a storehouse of treasures from the past. Anyone young enough to love a story (and that's just about everyone) will enjoy these glimpses of life on a Michigan farm more than 100 years ago. Come share in Grandma's childhood and meet her best friend, Sarah Jane. Time spent with these girls may be funny or touching, but it's never dull. Whether they're forging the autograph of John Greenleaf Whittier, plotting to help an unsuspecting classmate lose weight, or debating the relative merits of beauty versus goodness, the two friends are growing and learning about life and faith.
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Studio: Chariot Victor Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.53" Width: 5.35" Height: 0.33" Weight: 0.33 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 1999
Publisher David C. Cook
Grade Level Middle School
Series Grandmas Attic
ISBN 0781432715 ISBN13 9780781432719 UPC 612608432710
Availability 0 units.
More About Arleta Richardson & A12
Arleta Richardson grew up in a Chicago hotel under her grandmother s care. As they sat overlooking the shores of Lake Michigan, her grandmother shared memories of her childhood on a Michigan farm. These treasured family stories became the basis for the Grandma s Attic series.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Treasures from Grandma (Richardson, Arleta. Grandma's Attic Series.)?
The Grandma Fun continues Jan 20, 2007
I have enjoyed all the "Grandma" books in this series. This one is really for children a bit older though. It discusses crushes and such. My children are young, so we had to skip some stories.
This is a great series though. --Michelle L.
Amazing Children's Book May 25, 2000
Arleta Richardson captures the truly unique essence of her grandmother's stories. The stories are incredibly entertaining and still present a moral lesson that is invaluable today. I first read this whole series when I was a little girl, and I read them today as a college student, and I plan on passing them onto my little girl one day.