Grandparent's Day

I Love Saturdays Y Domingos

By Alma Flor Ada

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On Saturdays, a young girl gets to visit with her European-American grandmother and grandfather, and on Sunday (Domingo) she visits with her Mexican-American Abuelito and Abuelita. Each set of grandparents tell her stories and take her out for fun, and at each household she speaks a different language. Told in Spanish and English.
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I Dance in My Red Pajamas

By Edith Thacher Hurd

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This little girl's grandparents think that the best day is a NOISY DAY!

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Halmoni's Day

By Edna Coe Bercaw

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Jennifer's halmoni (grandmother) has just arrived from South Korea. She speaks no English and dresses in the traditional silk gown. Jennifer loves her halmoni, but isn't sure what the other kids in her class will think if she comes to Grandparents' Day at school.

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Grandparents Song

By Sheila Hamanaka

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All the many cultures of grandparents in America are celebrated in this lovely, rhyming book.
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Grandpa's Hotel

By Riki Levinson

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Join the fun when everybody comes to Grandpa's guest house in the beautiful mountains.

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Grandpa's Garden Lunch

By Judith Caseley

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After helping Grandpa in the garden, Sarah and her grandparents eat a lunch made from the home-grown vegetables and herbs. [Book description]
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Grandpa Putter and Granny Hoe

By Kimberly Olson Fakih

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Twins Jazz and Roo find themselves in the middle of a non-stop war of one-upmanship as their bickering grandparents vie for their attention. [Book description[

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Grandmother Bryant's Pocket

By Jacqueline Briggs Martin

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In long ago Maine, Sarah Bryant, still suffering nightmares over the death of her dog in a fire, is sent to the countryside by her parents who hope that wise Grandmother Bryant will be able to help her.

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Fireflies for Nathan

By Shulamith Levey Oppenheim ; pictures by John Ward

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Nathan loves hearing stories from his grandparents of the fun his father had when he was a kid, including making a lamp full of firefly light to put beside his bed.
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Everything Is Different at Nonna's House

By Caron Lee Cohen

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A young boy describes the differences between his home in the city and life on his grandparents' farm and learns that no matter where he is their love for him is always the same. [Book description]
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