A family of great stories Booklist

November 08, 1998

Thanksgiving approaches, and Christmas is not far behind. This is the season of family, when relatives come from far and near to be together. Here are some books that celebrate family. Visit your local library and check one out.

"Grandfather's Lovesong," by Reeve Lindbergh

"Grandma According to Me," by Karen Magnuson Beil

"All the Places to Love," by Patricia MacLachlan

"The Big Green Pocketbook," by Candice F. Ransom

"Emma's Vacation," by David McPhail

"Guess How Much I Love You," by Sam McBratney

"You and Me Little Bear," by Martin Waddell

"Gone Fishing," by Earlene Long

"My Love for You," by Susan L. Roth

"Willy and May" by Judith Byron Schachner

"Tell Me Again About the Night I Was Born," by Jamie Lee Curtis

"When I Was Little: A Four-Year Old's Memoir of Her Youth," by Jamie Lee Curtis

"Can I help?" by Marilyn Janovitz

"A Mother for Choco," by Keiko Kasza

"Weird Parents," by Audrey Wood

- Courtesy Barnes & Noble, Annapolis Harbour Center

Pub Date: 11/08/98

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