Me and the Family Tree
Carole Boston Weatherford, a Caldecott Honor winner, creates a celebration of family roots in this uplifting tale about how one young girl sees her family history by looking into a mirror
As a young girl reflects on her family, she notices how her own characteristics are similar to the people around her. She discovers these shared traits create incredible family connections, and they also give each person the opportunity to contribute to the family tree .
This heartfelt book celebrates the diversity of the people who love us and the joys of being connected to family!
I’ve got my father’s mouth
And my mother’s thick brown waves.
I’ve got my uncle’s chin
Though you can’t tell ‘til he shaves.
I’ve got my brother’s ears
And my sister’s big bright eyes.
I’ve got my grandpa’s hands
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