Friday, February 14, 2014

First FIVE Stars Review!!!

on February 14, 2014
This is a bilingual illustrated children s book, English and Spanish, filled with advice
observations, and goodwill homilies. The illustrations are renderings are from the mind
of a child, rather than the products of a professional artist, which help creates an impression
young readers can readily relate to. GRANDMAS' S TREASURE is indeed a little treasure in itself.

Gene Hull, author

on June 19, 2014
A sweet and touching story that carries a message easily understood and absorbed by children. It is written with insight and sympathy and the illustrations are simple and well suited to the style of the story. English and Spanish versions are presented in order and there is a useful short vocabulary section provided. I enjoyed this book and would recommend it as one which will both entertain and instruct.

on March 5, 2014
i was blessed to buy the book and read it to my ESOL students...they all enjoyed it and were able to relate to the story...Moises said: that sounds like my Grandma"...Jean-Louis said the same it doesn't matter how old you are or where you are from this will bring back memories of your childhood as you read it to your children..

Meet Grandma's Treasure Characters and Settings

When Grandma Rose comes from Bogotá to Florida, she brings her Treasure Box with her to Teach a Lesson for Living

Read Grandma's Treasure Tale!

From: Grandma’s Treasure
An upset Grandma teaches their grandchildren a lesson for life to value what they have as she reveals her most valuable treasures when she was a child. 
Why do you think Grandma was upset?

From: Grandma’s Treasure
The Girl is not playing nicely with her brother and Grandma was observing the scene...

From: Grandma’s Treasure
The Boy was concern about his Grandma…”Where is she,” ask the Girl.
“I think I know,” reply the Boy.
Where do you think she is?

MAIN SETTING: Grandma’s Treasure main setting is at the Attic where the main events happen while Grandma revealed her values treasures.
MAIN IDEA: Teach a lesson of appreciation

Grandma’s Treasure was written to help children understand the virtue of appreciation.  Learn to value what you have or do not have.

Grandma’s Treasure invites parents and teachers talk with children about Gratitude. Questions and Vocabulary Page for classrooms or home included.

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