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The Summer I Shrunk My Grandmother

by Elvira Woodruff

  • 291 Want to read
  • 24 Currently reading

Published by Yearling .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7521045M
ISBN 100440406404
ISBN 109780440406402
OCLC/WorldCa26183913

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Then /5. The Summer I Shrank My Grandmother By Elvira Woodruff Holiday House, October Ages hardcover paperback Now available in a Kindle edition. Budding scientist Nelly Brown is thrilled when she discovers an old chemistry set at her grandmothers summer cottage.

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The summer I shrank my grandmother BY: Elvira Woodruff I really enjoyed this book. It is a fiction story about a girl who wishes her grandmother would get younger. Therefore, she creates a potion that she shampoos into her hair.

Then her grandmother keeps getting younger and younger until she is almost not born/5. VINTAGE PAPERBACK [] DELL-YEARLING Book is in good condition. Some creasing to cover and tanning to pages. Budding scientist Nelly Brown is thrilled when she discovers an old chemistry set at her grandmother's summer cottage.

The set includes everything for mixing up magic formulas, and guarantees that each child u. ^ a b The Summer I Shrunk My Grandmother by Elvira Woodruff, Accessed J" The author deftly blends elements of magic and farce to produce a lighthearted romp about a somewhat misguided budding scientist " ^ "Dear Levi (review)".

It is books like The Summer of the Great-Grandmother that help me to remember my passion for touching the past. Books like this that capture a bit of the wonder that I literally teeter on the edge of as I sit and listen to my own Grandmothers tell of their lives/5.

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Who Shrank My Grandmother's House. by Barbara Juster Ebensen, was a collection of poems. I enjoyed the book, but I would've enjoyed the poems a little more if there was more rhyming. I know that there doesn't have to be rhyming for it to be a poem, but when I think about poems I typically think about rhymes/5.

Hi’ my name is David. When I was just a young boy, my mom used to send me to stay with my grandma’ doing the summer break. Her name was Kay Blackwell. I never knew my grandpa. He died long before I was born. Grandma told me that he had suffered a heart attack.

My grandma was a very strict woman, over protected and grouchy at the most.This is the biography page for Elvira Woodruff. Elvira Woodruff is the author of many popular books for children. In the many years she has been writing both picture books and novels for middle grade readers her work has won a number of children’s state awards such as the Florida Sunshine State Award, the Maud Lovelace Award, The Carolyn W.

Field Award, the Mark Twain Book .The Summer of the Great-Grandmother In the second memoir of her Crosswicks Journals, Madeleine L’Engle chronicles a season of extremes. Four generations of family have gathered at Crosswicks, her Connecticut farmhouse, to care for L’Engle’s ninety-year-old mother.