Family blood runs through our veins, although we might be unclear on exactly whose blood runs through whose veins. This is especially true where family sizes run anywhere from one to eighteen or maybe more single births, and it seems like everybody is related in some way, and it's easy to lose track, or simply don't know how the blood-line runs. This book tells how the family is related to each other. Pictures are inserted to show who the relative is, thereby giving children a clear understanding of the relationships. Even so, they might need help with the more distant relatives. Therefore, they should ask the Grand, Great Grand, or Great Great Grandparents. They would have a better idea of how the blood-line runs. They would know some old nicknames too, I bet. They might even be able to take them beyond third cousins. Wouldn't that be an intriguing experience? Adults can have interesting conversations at family gatherings too. Working with "Children's Family Album," they will learn how they are related to each other in their families now, and for generations to come.
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|Size: ||37.0 MB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781621473879 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|
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