Something to Remember Me by

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Communication Project, Mar 1, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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While How to Build the Grandma Connection provides practical information, Susan Bosak's bestseller Something to Remember Me By is in many ways a companion book that offers inspiration. With richly-detailed watercolor art by Laurie McGaw, this 32-page picture book about love and legacies across generations has won six national awards and sold over 150,000 copies. It tells the moving tale of the special relationship between a grandmother and granddaughter over the years. The book has touched the hearts of young and old across the country and is a bestselling gift book for children, mothers, and grandmothers.

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Poignant story that choked me up! Wonder if I can read it aloud to my students without crying! Read full review

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This reminded me a lot of my grandma! Read full review

About the author (2003)

Susan V. Bosak is an author and educator. Her other bestsellers include the classic activity book Science Is..., How to Build the Grandma Connection based on her popular workshops, and the award-winning picture book Dream, illustrated by fifteen top children's illustrators including Leo and Diane Dillon. Her work has received many honors, including a Parents' Choice, Children's Choice, Teacher's Choice, and a Visionary Award.

Ronit Lowenstein-Malz was born in Tel Aviv, Israel, on May 3, 1960. After graduating from high school, she completed two years of National Service in the Israeli "Bnei Akiva" youth movement. She earned a bachelor's degree in Biblical and Talmudic studies in 1984 and a master's degree in Biblical studies and sociology in 1998. Ms. Lowenstein-Malz worked as an educator and an administrator for over twenty years before turning to writing young-adult fiction. She is the author of nine books and is a recipient of the Yad Vashem prize for outstanding children's Holocaust literature and the Israel Public Libraries Association award for outstanding chil- dren's literature. Escape in Time is her second book.

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