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In the 1930s, the parents of six-year-old Leila sent her from their home in California to live with relatives in New Mexico, hoping the drier climate would restore her health. Reluctant to leave her family, she soon realized she had embarked on a grand adventure. She spent the next three years living with her aunt Julie and her uncle, whom she called ''Granddaddy.''

The rest of the world knew Granddaddy as Ernest Thompson Seton, noted author, artist, environmentalist, and co-founder of the Boy Scouts of America. Throughout the years Leila lived with him, he taught her about the wildlife in the area, took her on exciting trips, and shared both his reverence for all living things and his profound respect for Native American cultures. Granddaddy was also a masterful storyteller, and excerpts of his stories--which remain as fresh and enchanting as ever more than 100 years after their publication--are adroitly woven into the memoir. This chapter book will appeal to children and adults alike.

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Leila Moss Knox spent three years of her early childhood living in Seton Village with her aunt and uncle, Julia Moss Seton and Ernest Thompson Seton. She lived in the San Francisco Bay Area after leaving Santa Fe at the age of eight. Upon her retirement from Stanford University, she moved to Carmel, California. She has always had fond memories of the years she spent in New Mexico and has frequently visited Santa Fe. Leila long desired to write a children's book about the time she spent in New Mexico and hopes her memoir will inspire children everywhere to read Seton's timeless and engaging stories.

Linda L. Knox, a school administrator in California, has extensive experience working with students and teachers in the area of literacy. She co-founded and for many years co-chaired a district-wide student writing fair that continues, after more than twenty years, to nurture student writers and to showcase their high-quality fiction, non-fiction, and poetry.

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Descripción Langdon Street Press, 2015. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. In the 1930s, the parents of six-year-old Leila sent her from their home in California to live with relatives in New Mexico, hoping the drier climate would restore her health. Reluctant to leave her family, she soon realized she had embarked on a grand adventure. She spent the next three years living with her aunt Julie and her uncle, whom she called quot;Granddaddy.quot; The rest of the world knew Granddaddy as Ernest Thompson Seton, noted author, artist, environmentalist, and co-founder of the Boy Scouts of America. Throughout the years Leila lived with him, he taught her about the wildlife in the area, took her on exciting trips, and shared both his reverence for all living things and his profound respect for Native American cultures. Granddaddy was also a masterful storyteller, and excerpts of his storiesÂwhich remain as fresh and enchanting as ever more than 100 years after their publication are adroitly woven into the memoir. This chapter book will appeal to children and adults alike. Nº de ref. de la librería AAS9781935204534

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Descripción Langdon Street Press, 2015. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. In the 1930s, the parents of six-year-old Leila sent her from their home in California to live with relatives in New Mexico, hoping the drier climate would restore her health. Reluctant to leave her family, she soon realized she had embarked on a grand adventure. She spent the next three years living with her aunt Julie and her uncle, whom she called quot;Granddaddy.quot; The rest of the world knew Granddaddy as Ernest Thompson Seton, noted author, artist, environmentalist, and co-founder of the Boy Scouts of America. Throughout the years Leila lived with him, he taught her about the wildlife in the area, took her on exciting trips, and shared both his reverence for all living things and his profound respect for Native American cultures. Granddaddy was also a masterful storyteller, and excerpts of his storiesÂwhich remain as fresh and enchanting as ever more than 100 years after their publication are adroitly woven into the memoir. This chapter book will appeal to children and adults alike. Nº de ref. de la librería AAS9781935204534

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