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Grandma's Party

Book Description
Polly is preparing for a very special party. There's a lot to do and everyone is very busy. But no one is too busy to share special memories with Polly, memories of of her grandma whom everyone loved. Polly too has made something that holds memories for gran, and as she hugs grandad very hard, she is ready to say goodbye in her very own way. This gentle and sensitive story is followed by a practic... More
Book Information
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages48
Publication Date10/17/2003
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About Meg Harper (Author) : Meg Harper is a published author of children's books. Some of the published credits of Meg Harper include My Mum and the Green-Eyed Monster (My Mum Ser.), No More School, My Mum And Other Horror Stori... more
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