Me and My Family Tree

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Crown Publishers, May 18, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 32 pages
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From the creators of Me on the Map and Me and My Place in Space, here is a fun, easy introduction to genealogy for young children. As in her previous books, Sweeney demystifies an abstract concept by presenting it from a child's point of view.  In Me and My Family Tree, a young girl uses simple language, her own childlike drawings, and diagrams to explain how the members of her family are related to each other and to her.  Cable's clear, colorful, detailed artwork helps make the parts of a family--from siblings to grandparents to cousins--understandable to very young readers.  Kids can makes sense of their own family connections by filling in the blank family tree provided at the end of the book.

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User Review  - margan1 - LibraryThing

I honestly really liked this book and think its a good informational book about families. To begin with, I liked that this book could be fun for children to read, and still be informational. I know ... Read full review

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REVIEW: Following the successful model of Me on the Map, Sweeney demystifies an abstract concept by presenting it from a child's point of view. In Me and My Family Tree, a young girl uses simple ... Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Sweeney has extensive experience as an advertising copywriter, news columnist, and public relations director.

Joan Sweeney and Annette Cable's successful collaborations include "Me on the Map," "Me and My Place in Space," "Me and My Family Tree," and "Me Counting Time,