Everything is Different at Nonna's House by Caron Lee Cohen

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Everything is different at Nonna’s house. No honk, honk taxis jam the street. No way-up buildings crowd the sky. At Nonna’s house there’s always time for blueberry pancakes. And there are fun jobs to do all day long, like clipping the roses, feeding the cows, and riding on the tractor with Pop-Pop. Best of all, when it turns dark, something surprising happens to remind the little boy that he can take his grandmother’s love wherever he goes.

Accompanied by Hiroe Nakata’s bright watercolor paintings, this sprightly story celebrates the joy of new experiences and the special bond between grandparents and children.

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Caron Lee Cohen is the author of many picture books including Everything is Different at Nonna's House, illustrated by Hiroe Nakata, Martin and the Giant Lions, illustrated by Elizabeth Sayles, and Happy to You, illustrated by Rosanne Litzinger. She lives in New York City. No Bio
Published May 19, 2003 by Clarion Books. 40 pages
Genres: Travel, Children's Books.

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A little boy and his mom take a taxi from their city apartment to the train and then to Nonna and Pop-Pop’s house in the country, where “the whole blue sky reaches all the way down to the flower beds.” In the country, he rides a tractor, not an elevator, and there’s no deli on the corner, but the...

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