Lucky Pennies and Hot Chocolate - Carol Diggory Shields - Google книгиA young boy and his grandfather enjoy spending quality time together, doing things like driving with the top down, making pancakes, and reading books. The twist at the end is that the book's narrator is actually the grandfather, despite the impression given all along that the child is speaking. This is sweet book about the relationship between a grandfather and his grandson. The story has that "warm and fuzzy" sort of feel, and the gentle illustrations add to that. It's a nice read to share with a loved child, especially a grandchild. My only real complaint is that after reading it once, the fun of the twist ending is gone but oh well. I read this book with several young kids preschool-kindergarten age who all enjoyed it.
Lucky Pennies and Hot Chocolate by Carol Diggory Shields (2002, Paperback)
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A weekend visit between a child and his grandfather reveals their similar likes and dislikes through whimsical watercolor illustrations and a breezy text by the author of Lunch Money. A grandfather and his grandson enjoy sharing knock-knock jokes, playing games, hot chocolate, watching movies, reading books, playing baseball, and just spending time together. Convert currency. Add to Basket. Book Description Dutton Juvenile,
Shields, C. Lucky pennies and hot chocolate. First edition. New York: Dutton Children's Books. Shields, Carol Diggory and Hiroe Nakata. Lucky Pennies and Hot Chocolate. New York: Dutton Children's Books,
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