Wordsworth Dances the Waltz

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Watermark Publishing, LLC, May 1, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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In Wordsworth Dances the Waltz, children are introduced to the concept that as grandparents age, they may become different, and even forget important things. But that doesnt mean they arent still a part of the family nor do they love us any less than they did before. As the 32-page story progresses, Wordsworth finds comfort in writing poems that express his confusion over the changes in his beloved grandparent and the fond memories he has of her more vibrant days. His poems also help his family understand that Grandma would still like to do things she always lovedspending time with the family, laughing and dancing. Wordsworth Dances the Waltz is the second book featuring the literary mouse. The first Wordsworth title, Wordsworth the Poet, was the recipient of the 2004 Ka Palapala Book Award for Excellence in Childrens Books from the Hawaii Book Publishers Association.

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