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Diane Publishing Books
Edna Coe Bercaw (au); Robert Hunt (il)
Jennifer’s grandmother, Halmoni, is visiting from Korea -- and she’s arrived in time for Grandparents’ Day at school; but, grandmother doesn’t speak English. At school the children have prepared for Grandparents’ Day with special awards. As the grandparents collect their awards, they share a favorite story or memory with the class. Halmoni’s turn is last, as Jennifer’s mother translates for her. The story Halmoni tells -- a spellbinding memory of her childhood in war-torn Korea -- shows Jennifer that there are many ways to express love, ways that cross barriers of language, time, and place. “A moving story of intergenerational relationships, with characters that spring to life in exquisite oil paintings.” Reinforced binding.
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