More Stories from Grandma's Attic
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More Stories from Grandma's Attic

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A young girl delights in her grandmother's stories of days gone by, sparked by keepsakes and simple questions, Grandma shares marvelous stories of mischief, discovery, and laughter, such as a beautiful heart-shaped locket and a curl that cost Grandma more than a lock of hair. Part of the bestselling Grandma's Attic series, these charming tales--updated with delightful new illustrations--will whisk you away to another time and place. And you'll find something worth far more than any treasure or keepsake...timeless lessons of life and faith!show more

Product details

  • 9-12
  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • 134.62 x 190.5 x 12.7mm | 158.76g
  • David C Cook Publishing Company
  • Colorado Springs, CO, United States
  • English
  • 3rd ed.
  • black & white illustrations
  • 0781403804
  • 9780781403801
  • 86,160

About Arleta Richardson

The late Arleta Richardson grew up on the shores of Lake Michigan. There, her storyteller grandmother recounted memories of her childhood on a 19th century farm, tales Arleta was inspired to share Arleta retells those tales vividly, stories that have now reached more than two million people around the world.show more

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1,522 ratings
4.14 out of 5 stars
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4 33% (497)
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Another wonderful wholesome book of stories about Grandma's memories of when she was a little girl on the farm back in the late 1800s in Michigan. Her age is not mentioned often this time around but six and nine years old are mentioned, with the majority of the stories taking place with her best friend Sarah Jane at around the age of nine. This makes the time frame compatible with book one. The short prelude stories of Grandma and Arleta have become a bit more involved and Arleta herself has become a character. The stories are just as fun as in book one, though all are not just fun, some have a more serious side as well. I'd say the stories this time around focus more on learning a lesson (though by no means are they didactic) and this book is definitely more from a Christian world view than the first. This time around Grandma and Arleta are staying at Grandma's old farm house for several months, this is where Uncle Roy lives now, and Arleta will be going to school here for a time. A joy to read by little girls, to little girls and for the little girl in you. Will be enjoyed by those who like the Little House or Betsy-Tacy books but with a more prominent Christian element.show more
by Nicola Mansfield
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