Grandma, Aren’t You Glad The World’s Finally in Color Today
This is a story about a couple kids who visit their grandma after they get out of school for the summer. The grandma pulls out some photo albums to share with the kids about how things used to be, compared to the world we live in today.
There were a lot of words in the story I didn’t know what they meant, like swashes or pinafore dresses. The pictures helped me to figure it out. I liked the part where the kids met in the sandlot to play, just like the movie Sandlot. My friends like to meet in the commons area by my house, too. It is funny that, one day, I will be telling my grandchildren the places I liked to go and play, and it will be completely different from what they do. Or it might be very similar.
I don’t think I would recommend this book to my friends, because it was a little long and seemed to go on forever. There were a lot of big words that I didn’t understand, and my mom had to do a lot of explaining. I did like looking through all the pictures in the book.
|Author||Lori Stewart, Palmar Press, Editor|
|Page Count||32 pages|
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