A Little at a Time
While enjoying a morning together, a little boy asks his grandfather a series of questions about how things got to be the way they are, such as tall trees, deep holes, and big dinosaurs in the museum they visit, but Grandpa's answer is always the same.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mderob1 - LibraryThing
The big idea of this story is curiosity. The little boy through out the story is walking around the city with his grandfather questioning everything he sees. The grandfather teachers his grandchild ... Read full review
Review: A Little at a TimeUser Review - London Richards - Goodreads
d with his enthusiasm and his pets. David is also the author of the Picture Book Biography Series published by Holiday House, well researched, strictly non-fiction books for elementary school readers ... Read full review