This is the older version, copywrite 1985. Great story, well read.
A nice short book for kids. My daughter enjoyed reading this in fourth grade.
If you are young enough to love a storyand just about everyone ishere are more stories from Grandma's attic. Magical pieces of a day gone by . . . told by that natural storyteller of all loving familiesGrandma, the one who never forgets the fun and laughter of a simpler, perhaps richer time.
Stories of an old rag doll that seems to come alive . . . of a newborn goat dancing stiff-legged in the old farm kitchen . . . and of a faith that gives life meaning.
Here are those marvelous talesfaithfully recalled for the delight of young and old alike, a touchstone to another day when life was simpler, perhaps richer; when the treasures of family life and love were passed from generation to generation by a child's questions . . . and the legends that followed enlarged our faith.
YOU'RE GONNA LOVE GRANDMA!
My second grade teacher read this book to our class and I'm thankful she did. I have collected the whole series and now my children like to hear the stories. They are based on the true stories that Arleta Richardson's Grandma told her. They are fun and funny. They are great for all ages. She also tells how important God was in their lives.
Wonderful stories for girls. This is the second book in the Grandma's Attic series.
On the back cover: "If you are young enough to love a story-- and just about everyone is-- here are more stories from grandma's attic. Magical pieces of a day gone by... told by that natural storyteller of all loving families-- grandma, the one who never forgets the fun and laughter of a simpler, perhaps richer time."