September 16, 2010
In Grandma's Attic
Throughout the book, the narrator recounts visiting her grandmother's home, finding an 'odd' item, asking her grandmother about it, and listening to the explanation and related story. Each chapter reads like a short story, making natural starting and stopping points for reading aloud to a young child. The cherished memories of the author shine through each page. This is a book in which you will want to read more even when it ends. And, you can. There are three more books in The Grandma's Attic Series to explore.
Today, I've linked this post to Read-Aloud Thursday at Hope is the Word blog.