Old People, Frogs, and Albert
by Nancy Hope Wilson
|Book Capers, our book discussion group for students in
grades 2 & 3, read and discussed Old People, Frogs, and Albert.
If you liked this book, here are some others you might enjoy.
MORE BOOKS TO ENJOY: Stories about Grandparents
||by Helen Griffith
|The story is about a grandfather who has to move from Georgia to Baltimore to live with his granddaughter's family. Missing his "Georgia Music," the sounds of the birds, crickets and grasshoppers, he becomes sad until the day his granddaughter figures out how to bring back the "Georgia Music" they both love. |
|Beware the Mare
||by Jessie Haas
|Lily's grandfather gets a good deal on what looks like a perfect horse for Lily. When they find out the horse's name, they wonder just why it is called Beware.
|Travel Tips from Harry
||by Amy Hest
|Harry explains to his cousin, Sam, what he can expect when he goes on vacation to his grandparents' house in Florida.
|One Summer at Grandmother's House
||by Poupa Montaufier
||J 944.083 MON
|A story about the memories of a French girl who spent summers with her family at her grandmother's house in Alsace.
||by Patricia Polacco
|A grandmother helps her granddaughter conquer her fear of thunderstorms by making Thunder Cake.
|Carnival and Kopeck and More about Hannah
||by Mindy Skolsky
|Hannah is excited when her grandmother moves from New York City to her hometown. When they get into an argument over the carnival, Hannah learns that people who love each other don't always get along.
This list was prepared by Youth Services at St. Charles Public Library,