Cousins

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Groundwood Books, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 30 pages
5 Reviews
In Cousins a little girl lives in two opposite worlds. There’s the house where she lives with her father and grandmother that is full of beautiful and expensive things, but rather quiet. Then there’s her other grandmother’s house where her cousin lives, which is always brimming with people. She loves her cousin’s world. But when she does something she regrets, she must confront her feelings of guilt. Eventually, she realizes she is very lucky to be able to move gracefully between two such wonderful worlds.

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User Review  - jforrest21 - LibraryThing

I LOVED this book. It was based on couins living in two very different households. It also included some information about Catholic. Most of the information was from a childs point of view but it was cute. I brought some light to the hispanic culture and ways. Read full review

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User Review  - crfonten - LibraryThing

This book is about a girl whose mother has died and she lives with her father and grandmother. She visits her other grandmother who is catholic and learns about that grandmother and her cousins ... Read full review

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