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by Janice Lee Porter,Isabell Monk

ePub Family (Carolrhoda Picture Books) download
Author:
Janice Lee Porter,Isabell Monk
ISBN13:
978-1575059174
ISBN:
1575059177
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Publisher:
First Avenue Editions (May 16, 2005)
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Subcategory:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
ePub file:
1785 kb
Fb2 file:
1967 kb
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Rating:
4.9
Votes:
994

Family (Carolrhoda Picture Books) Paperback – May 16, 2005. If you are looking for a message about family and food, there are many other books. If you are looking for a book about multiracial families, the author's earlier book "Hope" is much better.

Family (Carolrhoda Picture Books) Paperback – May 16, 2005. by. Isabell Monk (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Isabell Monk (Author), Janice Lee Porter (Illustrator).

Family (Carolrhoda Picture Books). Monk takes a didactic tack in presenting one girl's ancestry, weaving into a story of several generations the scene of her African-American mother and Caucasian father's wedding. The stumbling narration establishes that the protagonist is in sixth grade, looking back on a summer weekend before she entered second grade.

by Isabell Monk & illustrated by Janice Lee Porter. Publisher: Carolrhoda. This is a book to be read leisurely, and there is enough text to give it the time it needs, while the artwork bathes the eyes with its savory colors. Readers can try out a few of the recipes that made this feast so fine, even Hope's surprise: pickles with peppermint stick centers. More Children's . More by janice lee porter.

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Published September 1st 2005 by Carolrhoda Books (first published January 1st 2001).

Visit Aunt Poogee's farm for a special dinner  . Published September 1st 2005 by Carolrhoda Books (first published January 1st 2001). Family (Carolrhoda Picture Books). 1575059177 (ISBN13: 9781575059174).

Hope's new and unusual dessert blends well with the traditional dishes prepared by her cousins and Aunt Poogee at their annual summer get-together.
  • I loved this book, it was very good reading for me and my granddaughter. I hope to have this book for a long time and my granddaughter can read it to her children.

  • My daughters favorite book

  • I like children's books that have storylines, and this doesn't. Nothing happens except Hope's family gathers for a dinner, and Hope briefly describes what each person brings. It isn't very interesting, and while food could be a great way to discuss how two families come together, especially families from different racial groups, the opportunity is completely missed. A cousin comments that Hope's food contribution is different, "but so is she," apparently a reference to her being biracial. But none of the characters, including Hope, notice what he says, and the comment comes and goes without a ripple.
    Now, if the author had had both families eating together and one had brought collard greens and the other brought pierogies, if the other family members were hesitant about the unfamiliar foods but Hope, the bridge between the two, showed them the way, or if the families simply enjoyed the feast, having already accepted and enjoyed their differences, or if anyone had commented on what the cousin meant.... if any of those things had happened in this book, then I'd have a different review. If you are looking for a message about family and food, there are many other books. If you are looking for a book about multiracial families, the author's earlier book "Hope" is much better.

  • A little girl named Hope visited her Aunt Poogee house. She goes every summer right before school opens back. She loves visiting her Aunt Poogee's because there is always something to do. One summer one of her Aunt's friends asked "Is this child mixed." Hope heard it and wondered what she meant. Later on she couldn't think about anything but what her Aunt's friend said about her.
    Hope is a great book that teach young children that they are special no matter what they look like. This book is fantastic and will keep readers wondering what the author will write next.