Great Grandfather's house
1st American ed.
I won't go, says Keiko when her parents tell her she is to spend three months with her grandparents in rural Japan. It is a spoiled, selfish city child who arrives at Great Grandfather's house--and a vastly changed Keiko whose face is wet with tears at the end of the visit. Godden tells Keiko's story with power, emotion, and sensitivity. Full color."
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|Full title||great grandfather s house|
|Last Update||2018-05-31 23:17:44PM|
|Last Indexed||2018-06-22 00:42:56AM|
|author||Godden, Rumer, 1907-1998.|
|detailed_location_school||Granbery Elementary - Kids Fiction|
|display_description||Seven-year-old Keiko, a careless and spoiled Japanese girl, spends three months in the country with Great Grandfather and her cousin Yôji and gradually becomes more gentle and sensible.|
|item_details||ils:CARL0000038093|A00735789|Granbery Elementary - Kids Fiction|F GOD|||1|false|false|||||On Shelf||1S370|||
|record_details||ils:CARL0000038093|Book|Books|1st American ed.|English|Greenwillow Books,|1993.|76 p. ; ill. ; 23 cm.|
|subject_facet||Japan -- Juvenile fiction|
|title_display||Great Grandfather's house|
|title_full||Great Grandfather's house / Rumer Godden ; illustrated by Valerie Littlewood|
|title_short||Great Grandfather's house|