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|Format:||Paperback / softback, 40 pages|
|Other Information: ||Illustrated|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 May 2007|
In this Caldecott Honor Book, it's 1935, and when her family can't make ends meet, young Lydia Grace is sent to live with her Uncle Jim, a baker in the city. However, Lydia takes her love for gardening with her and sets out to make grumpy Uncle Jim smile. Full color.
To ease the Depression's burdens on her family, an irrepressible girl spends the summer with her dour baker uncle in the city. In a starred review, PW said that this Caldecott Honor book "speaks volumes about the vast impact one small individual can make." All ages. (Mar.) Copyright 2000 Cahners Business Information.
PreS-Gr 4-By David Small. Told through the letters of Lydia Grace Fitch, this Caldecott Honor book shows the spirit of a young girl who meets the obstacles of life during the Depression-and uses her gifts of gardening to overcome them.
"Late in the summer of 1935, Lydia Grace's parents are out of work, and to help make ends meet they send Lydia Grace to live with Uncle Jim, a baker in the city...Told entirely through letters, the story radiates her utterly (and convincingly) sunny personality...[An] inspiring offering from creative collaborators." --Starred, "Publishers Weekly "
"A moving, wonderfully rich illustrated story. It is that rarity, a pictorial delight that in 20 double pages gives more and more of itself each time it's read, and whose silent complexities reveal themselves with continuing pleasure." --"The New York Times Book Review"
|Publisher: ||Square Fish|
|Dimensions: ||27.28 x 20.83 x 0.3 centimeters (0.16 kg)|