Billy's Family

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As an only child, Billy wishes for a bigger family. But spending a day at his great-grandfather’s family reunion shows him that ‘family’ includes far more than just Mommy and Daddy. Billy’s Family is an introduction to some of the terms and concepts of family relationships. More

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About Eric B. Thomasma

Born and raised in West Mitten, USA (Grand Rapids, MI), He still lives in the area in a house he built, (literally), with the help of his wife, Therese, and two sons, Eric Jr. and Nicholas, (and various other friends and relatives). The boys are grown and gone now, although they both live in the area. Eric and Therese have managed to get past the empty nest syndrome and currently only share their home with their dog, Tucker.

For more information, visit Eric's website at http://ericbt.webs.com

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Review by: CK Webb on June 28, 2011 :
Little Billy is an only child, but longs for a big family. As he questions the ins and outs of family life, his mother is there to help him understand. A trip to a huge family reunion, some long talks with his grandmother and Billy soon discovers, the family he has always wanted has been there all along.
A touching journey of family ties as seen through the eyes of a child, Thomasma's unique voice speaks directly to the heart. The illustrations are adorable and make Billy's journey come to life as each page is turned. A 'must have' for children. I urge parents to pick up this uniquely quirky, educational and fun read for their children.
This book could easily become a chapter book for school age children in the 1st through 3rd grade and a wonderful teaching tool for those just discovering aunts, uncles, cousins and more. My 9-year old son gave it, "5-stars for sure, momma!" and you just can't argue with that!! Whether your family is big or small, Billy's Family is sure to be a hit at story time.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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