Grandma Rose's Magic

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Kar-Ben Publishing, Jan 1, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Every day Grandma Rose sews for her friends and neighbors and puts away the money she earns, saving for a set of dishes just like her grandmother's Shabbos dishes.
  

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User Review  - Paul Hankins - Goodreads

A grandmother shares a secret wish with her granddaughter, a wish to have the same dishes used by her grandmother. Will she has enough money saved up from her jobs sewing for members of the community? Perhaps some magic would help. Read full review

Review: Grandma Rose's Magic

User Review  - Goodreads

A grandmother shares a secret wish with her granddaughter, a wish to have the same dishes used by her grandmother. Will she has enough money saved up from her jobs sewing for members of the community? Perhaps some magic would help. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Melissa Wiley is the author of "Inch and Roly Make a Wish "and other books for children, including "The Prairie Thief" and two series of novels about the ancestors of Laura Ingalls Wilder. She lives in San Diego with her comic-book-writing husband, a half dozen kids, and about 3,000 books. She blogs about her family's reading life at Here in the Bonny Glen: MelissaWiley.com/blog.

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