A Chair for My Mother

A Chair for My Mother

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After their home is destroyed by a fire, Rosa, her mother and grandmother save their coins to buy a really comfortable chair for all to enjoy....

Title:A Chair for My Mother
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780688040741
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    A Chair for My Mother Reviews

  • Calista

    The artwork looks like watercolors. I loved the colored backgrounds and the flower covered armchair. This is a sweet story of a family saving up to buy a new chair after they lost their stuff in a hou...

  • Manybooks

    Vera B. William's A Chair for my Mother is simply, utterly beautiful, both ascetically and morally, philosophically. Engagingly, with an ever-present but still delightfully understated emotionality, a...

  • Malbadeen

    A book about a chair!It's about a chair! A house has burnt down and people have jobs and etc, etc, but the book is about a chair and the people that sit in it. I LOVE this book!I also love this book b...

  • Katie Carson

    Author Vera B. Williams does a wonderful job telling the tale of a young girl and her mother and their dedication to restoring their lives back to normal following a fire that burned all their possess...

  • Kristen

    A Chair for My MotherReading Level: Easy Reader, Ages 4-8Genre: Fiction, Realistic FictionIllustrator: This is a sweet story intended for elementary age students. The story touches on themes such as f...

  • Paige Scott

    1) This book is about a little girl that has been through a lot in her life so far. The house that her, her mother, and her grandmother lived in burnt up, and they lost everything. All of the neighbor...

  • Fjóla

    Maybe this is a necessary read, but it is not a very enjoyable one. I would actually save it until ready to tackle a plethora of social issues with your child. I would have thought the story was more ...

  • Kelly

    This is another one of my favorites. For years I dreamed of saving a great big jar of coins. Only now am I actually doing it (with the Staffer of course). Anyway, there's a little girl, and there's a ...

  • Shari

    Reread this favorite to go along with our virtue study of honor. Sweet story of how a little girl honors her hard working mother....

  • Cortnee Hill

    Genre: Realistic FictionReading Level: Early Reader; Ages 3-8; 1st-3rd GradeThis book is filled with images of family and love, accompanied by pages of vivid color and detailed illustrations that trul...