I'm Going to Grandma's

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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What could be better than a visit to Grandma's? Asleepover, of course! But despite all the excitement, despite Grandma's delicious special meal, and despite Grandpa's fun games, there's still a moment when home suddenly seems very far away. That's when Grandma tells a soothing story and presents a family heirloom--a quilt to keep her granddaughter cozy all night long.             Mary Ann Hoberman and Tiphanie Beeke have together created a universal tale about the love and comfort that only a grandma can provide.
 

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User Review  - JustineArm - LibraryThing

A girl is happy because she is going to stay the night with her grandma and grandpa’s at their house. So her mom told her that she is going to hear a story on something special but she was scared because it was her first time to spend the night at her grandma’s. Read full review

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User Review  - RachelHollingsworth - LibraryThing

A little girl is going to her grandparents for the first time. She is so excited. She does all sorts of fun things with her grandparents, but as it gets closer to night she gets scared. Grandma tells her a story. She feels much better. ages 3-4 Source: Pierce College Library Read full review

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MARY ANN HOBERMAN is the award-winning author of more than twenty books for children, includingA House Is a House for Me, illustrated by Betty Fraser, andThe Seven Silly Eaters, illustrated by Marla Frazee. She lives in Greenwich, Connecticut.
TIPHANIE BEEKE has illustrated many books for children, includingBook! Book! Book!by Deborah Bruss and From Me to Youby Anthony France. She lives in the south of France.

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