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Two Mrs. Gibsons Two Mrs Gibsons is author Toyomi Igus s tender and touching tribute to the two most important women in her life, her Japanese mother and her African American grandmother In it, Toyomi celebrates the richness of growing up biracial From her grandmother s big bear hugs to her mother s light caresses, from playing with her grandmother s fancy Sunday meetin hats to trying on her mother s kimono, the author conveys the warmth of these special relationships



10 thoughts on “Two Mrs. Gibsons

  1. Ryan Ryan says:

    Memoir study book this book was so cute It is about a girl who has a Japanese mother and a Black grandmother and who they are different but that she loves them both.


  2. Keri Denin Milam Keri Denin Milam says:

    This narrative is a tribute from author Toyomi Igus to the two most important women in her life, her grandmother and her real mother one Japanese and on African American The narrative tells a story of a little girl growing up with these two women, and the impact the women made in her life The descriptive language the author uses to describe the two women is fantastic One Mrs.Gibson is Ta


  3. Donna Donna says:

    TWO MRS GIBSONS.by Toyomi Igus, pictures by Daryl Wells, Children s Books Press, 1996.The Two Mrs Gibsons is a sweet, loving story as told through the eyes of a young girl She describes the differences between her grandmother, who is African American and her mother who is Japanese The adjectives that were used to describe the differences are what make this book so meaningful She describes one


  4. Megan Willis Megan Willis says:

    Two Mrs Gibsons is Toyomi Igus own touching tribute to her Japanese mother and African American grandmother This story celebrates the beauty of growing up in a multicultural family The three main characters are young Toyomi, her grandmother, and her mother Throughout the story, Toyomi experiences and loves the lifestyles that both women show her She tries on her mom s kimonos and her grandma s big


  5. Azriana Johnson Azriana Johnson says:

    This narrative tells the story of a little girl growing up witht the two most important women in her life both named Mrs Gibson one Japanese and one African American The narrator recalled the things each Mrs Gibson did for her and how different the two women were At the end of the story, the readers discover that the narrator is biracial and that the Japanese Mrs Gibson is her mother and the African Am


  6. Griselda Mendez Griselda Mendez says:

    Two Mrs Gibsons is a story that many children in New York can relate to The story is told by a young girl who had the fortune of living with two wonderful, yet very different women On one side she has her Japanese mother and on the other, her African American grandmother Both women provide guidance for the young narrator who now remembers them with much love and respect The story is actually told in retrosp


  7. Rosie Rosie says:

    This story is about the author s childhood growing up with two women in her family named Mrs Gibson The first Mrs Gibson is her Japanese mother, who always has a pot of rice cooking and can make origami creatures from napkins The other Mrs Gibson is her grandmother, an African American minister from Tennessee who always has collard greens cooking and likes to sing Both Mrs Gibson s have activities the author enj


  8. Yasmeen Mills Yasmeen Mills says:

    Two Mrs Gibsons by Toyomi Igus is a biography In this text she describes memories of the two most important women in her life She has an African American grandmother and her Japanese mother Viola Gibson and Kazumi Gibson are opposites down to the way they hug her and she loves them both She reminisces on things like her grandmother singing negro spirituals and her mother singing soft lullabies Toyomi explores her anc


  9. Lindsey Rogers Lindsey Rogers says:

    This story is about a little girl in an interracial family Her father is African American, and so is his mother, Mrs Gibson the child s grandmother Her mother is Japanese, but she is also Mrs Gibson The child is able to learn from both Mrs Gibson s culture, habits, and traditions The author, Toyomi Igus, does a great job disguising who the two Mrs Gibsons are until the end of the story I think that it makes the bookcredit


  10. Madison Madison says:

    Personal Reaction I think this book does a great job of showing the depth of multicultural families and I like it because it doesn t display their relationships until the last page in the book Purposes for Enrichment It shows the value in multicultural families and how differences are beautiful Curricular Purposes This would be great for teaching about bi racial families and families that come from very different backgrounds D


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