Something to Remember Me By

Something to Remember Me By A girl shares many experiences with her grandmother over the years and many times the old woman gives her a small gift to help her remember

  • Title: Something to Remember Me By
  • Author: Susan V. Bosak
  • ISBN: 9781896232010
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A girl shares many experiences with her grandmother over the years, and many times the old woman gives her a small gift to help her remember.

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      Published :2019-02-02T03:36:35+00:00

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  • Heartwarming story about the love between a grandmother and her granddaughter. Softly colored illustrations add a beautiful touch.To learn more about the Legacy Project and gain ideas for building memories between generations, please explore: legacyproject/about/bo


  • This is a beautifully written book about a relationship between a granddaughter and a grandmother. The book starts out with the grandmother slowly giving her granddaughter items to remember her by. As the granddaughter grows older, she still keeps in contact with her grandmother and her grandmother continues to send her granddaughter things to remember her by. As time goes on, the grandmother starts to grow older and she begins to forget things and she relies on her granddaughter's help. The gra [...]


  • A girls and her grandmother share many visits with end with the grandmother's familiar word's. I want o give you something to remember me by. Then she giver her Granddaughter a small keepsake . As many years it becomes clear one gift is most precious of all. The gift of Love.


  • Everyone wants to be remembered. Sweet book for young and old about a grandmother and her granddaughter, their love, service and remembrance.


  • This book is about A Little girl who loved to spend time with her grandmother. They go shopping together and play cards. Make a lot of good memories together . But every time little girl leave grandmother house . Grandmother always give something to little girl to remember her by!! It's really a nice story and very nicely written.


  • This is a beautiful Book, and I really enjoyed reading it. If I get to see my granddaughters who live a long way from me. I will take it with me to read to them.It was given to Holly Elizabeth on her first Easter April 4, 1999 by her Grammie, who wrote a little note to her in the front of the book. It was donated to a second hand store with a bunch of books, I removed it from a dumpster in ? ?. It still looks brand new. I wondered if it ended up there by accident. If it belongs to you or one of [...]


  • This is unbelievable. I judge books like this harshly—sentimental picture books with grandmothers and such…I mean, this looks like it is straight out of a church library. Not that there is anything wrong with church libraries. It just strikes me as a bit, well…ornate. And if there is anything I like to mock, it is the ornate.But this book pulled me in. It overrode my cynicism. I think I cried a little. I don’t want to harp on this any longer than I must, so I will just say that this book [...]


  • This is a book written in story book form, and can be read to children, but it will take an adult to truly understand the message from the book.This book starts out as a young girl goes to visit her grandmother, and ends as an adult whose grandmother has dementia, but through it all, the grandmother has given her granddaughter something to remember her by. I absolutely loved this book as I have memories of two grandmothers who I love dearly.


  • This book is well worth the time and good tears. I would recommend it to the aged because they still have time to think about how they might create memories for the next generations.The only thing that didn't happen that I expected in the book was for her to use the tablecloth --or make it into a skirt or something.





  • A must to share with several generations in a familyd, true and necessary to help you all talk about who holds what memories to items you may want someday.


  • Yes, the first time I read it, I was choked up near the end and having a hard time reading. My daughter: "Mom? Mom! Are you crying?'


  • Making Meaning Grade 5 Resource KitThe book hit too close to home and made me cry. I don't know how I will read this to my class. Grandma's are special.



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