4 edition of How to take your grandmother to the museum found in the catalog.
How to take your grandmother to the museum
|Statement||Lois Wyse and Molly Rose Goldman ; illustrated by Marie-Louise Gay.|
|Contributions||Goldman, Molly Rose., Gay, Marie-Louise.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
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Written by bestselling author Lois Wyse and her granddaughter, Molly Rose Goldman, How to Take Your Grandmother to the Museum follows the pair as they visit Apatosaurus, whose bones are even older than Grandma's.
They imagine a Pteranodon showing up at the bird feeder, and count T. Rex's steak knife-like teeth/5(10). Molly became her Grandmother's guide on how to take in all of the exhibits and how to navigate through the museum. It is such a fun book to read with the real life photographs of the dioramas and the I just love the title and the whole feel of a young child taking her grandmother to a museum/5.
How to Take Your Grandmother to the Museum mixes photographs with Marie-Louise Gay's whimsical illustrations for a realistic view of the museum, and includes two pages of additional information about the exhibits.
But most of all, it's about that very special relationship between grandparent and grandchild, and how the young can often lead. Book Author: Lois Wyse And Molly Rose Goldman About a little girl who takes her grandmother to the museum for her first visit, and they go on an adventure of discovery together.
Recommended for kids who have special bonds with their grandmothers. Get this from a library. How to take your grandmother to the museum. [Lois Wyse; Molly Rose Goldman; Marie-Louise Gay] -- A young girl takes her grandmother on an outing to the natural history museum.
New York: Workman Publishing. An American Museum of Natural History Book, First edition, first printing. Hardcover. 4to. 48pp. Color illustrated paper-covered boards in original matching dust jacket.
Signed by Marie-Louise Gay on illustrated title-page. Delightful tale about the special relationship between Grandmother Molly and her grandchild, telling of their visit to the Museum of.
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