Great Grandfather's House

Keiko is a spoiled little girl who throws a fit when she learns she must go to live with her great grandparents for a few months while her parents are away. Separated from city life and her toys, she learns to appreciate the simplicity of the Japanese countryside and to love the wisdom of her elders. The book's exquisite illustrations make the reader feel that he/she is in Japan with Keiko. Jennifer Minicus is a mother and teacher currently living in Ridgewood, NJ.


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