Homegrown House

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Margaret K. McElderry Books, May 19, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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It takes time to settle into a house, to learn to love it right, to make it feel homegrown. After the boxes are unpacked and the books are shelved (alphabetically), all a young girl wants to do is settle into her house. Grandmom says that it takes time to learn to love a house right, and this young girl is determined for hers to become homegrown. E. B. Lewis’s warm, familial scenes pair with Janet S. Wong’s yearning text for an intergenerational story of wishes, dreams, and a true sense of home.

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User Review  - MissJessicaGaines - LibraryThing

Summary The plot of the story involves a granddaughter moving to different houses with her parents and becoming accustomed only to move again. The foreshadowing of the move breaks your heart every ... Read full review

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User Review  - ahanch1 - LibraryThing

I like how many children can relate to this book. Many children have to move and start over many times with new friends and a new house. It's hard for them to become comfortable in their current house ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Janet S. Wong is the author of several picture books, including Alex and the Wednesday Chess Club, illustrated by Stacey Schuett. She lives in New Jersey, and you can visit her online at janetwong.com. E. B. Lewis has received such awards as the Caldecott Honor for Coming On Home Soon by Jacqueline Woodson. He lives in New Jersey and can be visited online at eblewis.com.

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