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Description - Grandpa's Place by STEAD JAMES

"What's special about your Grandpa's place?" Join Josh and his grandpa as they enjoy a wonderfully busy day together. Following on from the success of Grandma's Place comes Grandpa's Place, a celebration of the relationship between a young boy and his Grandpa. AUTHOR: James Stead never got to meet either of his grandfathers but he believes relationships with family and friends are what matter most. Following up from Grandma's Place, he has created another adventure through the events at Grandpa's Place. Grandpa William and young Josh are 'mates for life'. Marjory Gardner is a freelance children's book illustrator whose work has appeared in many trade and educational books and magazines. She has met lots of wonderful grandfathers who love to tinker in their messy sheds, yell at the football on TV, and dote on their grandchildren. Marjory's illustrations are drawn in felt pen, colour pencil and brush and ink. SELLING POINTS: Celebrates Grandparents Positive relationship between a boy and his Grandfather Shows a positive male role model doing a variety of tasks and activities. Interactive, allows reader to add his or her own stories. Preschool audience. Colour throughout

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781921136795
Format: Hardback
Imprint: Windy Hollow Books
Publisher: Windy Hollow Books
Publish Date: 1-Sep-2011
Country of Publication: Australia

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Grandma's Place by STEAD JAMES
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Grandpas Place by STEAD JAMES
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