Title: Still More Stories From Grandma’s Attic
Author: Arleta Richardson
Series: Grandma’s Attic, book 3
Major Themes: Life Lessons, Michigan, Pioneers, Stories
Synopsis: As Grandma shares stories about growing up on a small farm in Michigan, she remembers lessons she and her best friend Sarah Jane learned.
When a young girl spends several months living with her grandmother, Grandma tells her many stories from her own young life. Still More Stories From Grandma’s Attic follows the pattern of the first two books in the series, In Grandma’s Attic and More Stories From Grandma’s Attic. In each chapter, something happens which reminds Grandma of something that happened to her and her best friend Sarah Jane when they were mischievous girls, and she tells the story.
You will love to hear about all the mischief Mabel and Sarah Jane got into, and the lessons they learned as their parents guided them in the right way. Stories about the dog who could spell, a spelling bee at school, and the day Mabel was her own boss make great stories to read together and learn from. We love the Grandma’s Attic stories!
Listening Level—Ages 5 – 8, 8 – 12, 10 – 12, Family Friendly
Reading Independently—Ages 7 – 9, 8 – 12, 10 – 12