Item description for The Little House on Buchanan Street by David Wood...
This is the story about a charming little house in Spring Lake Village, Michigan. It is written by a Grandpa who wanted his grandchildren to know the true meaning of Christmas. Between the pages each child will learn the history of the holidays as they color and read about this endearing house on Buchanan Street.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11" Width: 8.3" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.05 lbs.
Release Date Sep 17, 2007
Publisher The Peppertree Press
ISBN 1934246646 ISBN13 9781934246641
Availability 66 units. Availability accurate as of May 29, 2017 06:01.
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More About David Wood
David Wood has published and lectured extensively on Derrida, including "Derrida and Difference" edited with Robert Bernasconi (1988). He is the author of "Philosophy at the Limit" (1990), and has edited a series of books in philosophy and literature, including "Exceedingly Nietzsche" (1988), "The Provocation of Levinas" (1988), "Writing the Future" (1990) and "Philosophers' Poets" (1990). His "Apocalyptic Thought: Derrida, Kant and the Limits of Reason" will be published by Blackwell Publishers in 1992.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Little House on Buchanan Street?
Kids will love it, and so will parents and grandparents Nov 23, 2007
This is a delightful book about a delightful person and place, and I think most kids would love it. I also think most parents (and grandparents) would love the way it imparts not just information, but understanding, without being preachy or school-bookish at all. That it is also a coloring book makes it even more fun for the little ones and even a better buy for parents (and grandparents). I don't want to give away the story, but it gives children a fresh insight into the Christmas story, as only a doting grandfather could do it. Maybe the best thing is that it "transports" kids away from the cartoons and television commercials of the season, and back to the true meaning of the holiday. I keep coming back to the word "delightful" and I guess that is my review in a single word.
I love this grandpa's view of Christmas Nov 6, 2007
The Little House on Buchanan Street is a very sweet little book that crosses the ages; small children can color the pages while being read to, older children may get a good message about what Christmas really means by reading it and adults can enjoy the book and interact with the children in their life. I loved it!