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Abuelo vivia solo / Grandpa Used to Live Alone by Amy Costales, illustrated by Esperanza Gama

Abuelo vivia solo / Grandpa Used to Live Alone by Amy Costales, illustrated by Esperanza Gama

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Published by Arte Público Press
Grandpa used to live alone in a quiet pink house. But when his granddaughter was born, everything changed: "Mamá and I moved in. Grandpa's house was still pink, but it was not so quiet anymore." While she was a little girl and her mother went to school late in the evening, Grandpa made rice pudding. She would play with the measuring cups and eat raisins while he prepared their bedtime snack and told her stories. Then he would carry her upstairs to her crib and tuck her in. He would rock in the chair by her crib until she went to sleep.

As the years pass, Grandpa taught her how to make rice pudding and play catch. And while she was growing, Grandpa was growing older too. Until one day she was the one making rice pudding and helping her grandfather up the stairs to bed.

Amy Costales' heart-warming text, accompanied by Esperaza Gama's soothing illustrations, lovingly depicts the relationship between a child and a central figure in her life.

For more information, visit our website at http://bit.ly/ewDGsy
Grandpa used to live alone in a quiet pink house. But when his granddaughter was born, everything changed: "Mamá and I moved in. Grandpa's house was still pink, but it was not so quiet anymore." While she was a little girl and her mother went to school late in the evening, Grandpa made rice pudding. She would play with the measuring cups and eat raisins while he prepared their bedtime snack and told her stories. Then he would carry her upstairs to her crib and tuck her in. He would rock in the chair by her crib until she went to sleep.

As the years pass, Grandpa taught her how to make rice pudding and play catch. And while she was growing, Grandpa was growing older too. Until one day she was the one making rice pudding and helping her grandfather up the stairs to bed.

Amy Costales' heart-warming text, accompanied by Esperaza Gama's soothing illustrations, lovingly depicts the relationship between a child and a central figure in her life.

For more information, visit our website at http://bit.ly/ewDGsy

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Published by: Arte Público Press on Sep 21, 2010
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