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    Amazing Grace

    Amazing Grace

    by Mary Hoffman and Caroline Binch

    When Grace finds out her class is mounting a production of Peter Pan, she can't wait to audition for the starring role. But her classmates say Peter Pan can't be a black girl. Watercolor illustrations illuminate Grace's heartbreak and triumph as -- with the help of her family -- she shows everyone that true talent is more than skin deep.

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    Grace's efforts will encourage your child to dream and take risks, while promoting tolerance.

    $16.99
    books;hardcover books;hardcovers | Ages 5-8
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    Amazing Grace
    Ages 5-8 $16.99
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    Sing and Read: Amazing Grace (EBK)

    Sing and Read: Amazing Grace (EBK)

    Amazing grace, how sweet the sound. Children love to sing, and this lively picture book captures the essence of the timeless hymn, one of the most recognizable songs in the world. Each two-page spread features a line from the song, accompanied by a delightful picture of children playing under the sun or in the rain, fully enjoying God's gift of life.

    Young children delight in chanting and clapping along to this classic devotional song. The book also includes complete musical notation and lyrics for families who want more.

    $3.99
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    Sing and Read: Amazing Grace (EBK)
    Ages 4-6 $3.99

Boundless Grace

Author: Mary Hoffman

Illustrator: Caroline Binch

Series: Amazing Grace

Interest Level:
Pre-K-3

Lexile Framework:
650L

Grade Level Equivalent:
4.1

Guided Reading Level:
M

Age:
4-8

Genre:
Realistic Fiction

Subject:
African American, Changes and New Experiences, Family Life, Remarriage

About This Book

In a vividly illustrated sequel to Amazing Grace, an irrepressible little girl goes to Africa to meet her father's new family. As enthusiastic and excited as she is in her new country, her loyalties are divided between her two families and she must find a way to belong to both.

Nana says families are what you make them, and Grace decides to make the most of hers. Full color.


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