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Beloved chair the chair for her mother will always be thereAlways Just the way it is Covered in velvet with roses all over it ready for who knows what new adventure This was just OK Nothing near to the Reading Rainbow uality of A Chair for My Mother It was nice to return to the characters and the illustration style It just didn t click with me Except for the part about being attached to a chair that has memories Having to last year throw away my favorite chair that was part of our family for 20 years I know how it is to want to take that chair where ever you are no matter how impractical

review A Chair for Always

A Chair for Always

Will grow up and move away and maybe go to college and perhaps even become the president of the United States And she knows that the chair that wonderful beautiful A Chair for My Mother the hugely successful preuel to this book is one of my favorites and I look forward to it every year as part of the 2nd grade tutoring curriculum at the school Obviously I snapped up this seuel as soon the library put it into circulation Although the characters are the same the story and illustrations aren t as good Where A Chair for My Mother draws children in with the pictures and story this one seems to ramble around and not have a tight enough focus

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There are some things that Rosa just knows She knows that she can't wait to meet her new baby cousin due to be born at any minute right upstairs She knows that she Another in the series about Rosa and her family that began with the luminous A Chair for My Mother Winner of the Boston Globe Horn Book Award and a Caldecott Honor Book in 1983 This is an adeuate seuel but really tells two stories the first is about the birth of Aunt Ida s new baby Rosa s little cousin The second and poignant is about the chair When Grandma reupholsters it she is resigned but when Mama suggests they may need to replace it someday Rosa is indignant reminding her mother of all the history that the chair represents The book is not as tightly told as the first book but it is illustrated with similar brightly colored gouache paintings


10 thoughts on “A Chair for Always

  1. says:

    Another in the series about Rosa and her family that began with the luminous A Chair for My Mother Winner of the Boston Globe Horn Book Award and a Caldecott Honor Book in 1983 This is an adeuate seuel but really tells two stories the first is about the birth of Aunt Ida's new baby Rosa's little cousin The second and po

  2. says:

    This is a continuation of a Chair for Mother This book continues with the adoribal little girl from the first one and continues with it's warm

  3. says:

    This story is about a family that centers around the perspective of a little girl in the family as her mother works late and she spends evenings with her grandmother and her aunt gets pregnant and she learns about having a new baby cousin The story has an interesting collection of painted images to tell the story of the

  4. says:

    Eh A serious lack of focus in the story

  5. says:

    Lovely little story It's nice to read a picture book where not everything is awesome but the characters are working through it

  6. says:

    A Chair for My Mother the hugely successful preuel to this book is one of my favorites and I look forward to it e

  7. says:

    This fourth and final book about Rosa and her family begins with Grandma and Rosa together in the chair Aunt Ida is pregnant and baby Benji is coming soon Rosa imagines sitting in the chair with the baby and dreams about

  8. says:

    This was just OK Nothing near to the Reading Rainbow uality of A Chair for My Mother It was nice to return to the characters and the illustration style It just didn't click with me Except for the part about being

  9. says:

    The classic A Chair for My Mother is followed by this story which tells the story of Rosa's cousin's birth and an attempt to reupholster the famous chair The obvious theme juts into a jagged story It really feels like Williams has two stories to tell but wasn't uite sure how to sueeze them into one book Proponents of home births and midwifery will appreciate this low key story about a baby being born at home

  10. says:

    We picked this up because my daughter wanted a book about birthing babiesoh boy So I saw this book which is a nice continuation of A Chair For My Mother and it features an aunt who has a home birth appropriate for young audiences The chair is back and filled with people and history then ever

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