Synopses & Reviews
In this sequel to Hoffman's "Amazing Grace", Grace gets the chance to go to Africa to visit her father and his new family, but she feels strange about it. Nana says families are what you make them, and Grace decides to make the most of hers. Full color.
Mary Hoffman and Caroline Binch bring their heroine to brilliant life in this charming sequel to the award-winningAmazing Grace.
When Grace gets the opportunity to go to Africa and visit with her father and his new family, she feels a little strange. But Nana says families are what you make them, and Grace is going to make the most of hers
"As assured and uplifting as its predecessor." -Publishers Weekly, starred review
"Validating, uplifting, and bound to please." -School Library Journal, starred review
A Reading Rainbow Book *A Parents Choice Best Book of the Year
A Parents Magazine Best Book of the Year *Parenting Magazine Reading Magic Award
An NCSS-CBC Notable Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies"
About the Author
Mary Hoffman has written more than 70 books for children, and her powers of observation bring vitality and humour to all her stories and retellings.
Her previous titles for Dorling Kindersley include Henry's Baby and A First Bible Story Book. Her best-known picture books are Amazing Grace, Three Wise Women, and An Angel Just Like Me. Mary lives in Oxfordshire with her husband and they have three daughters. The girls were brought up on myths and legends, of which Mary and her husband have an extensive collection.
Caroline Binch lives in Cornwall, England.