Rajani LaRocca’s I’LL GO AND COME BACK is one of the sweetest, most heartwarming picture books there is on the topic of missing family.
Browsing: Books About Grandmas
Julia Kuo is a Taiwanese-American illustrator who has worked with The New York Times, Google, and Science Friday. Here we explore I DREAM OF POPO.
A speed interview with Livia Blackburne, author of I Dream of Popo. I Dream of Popo centers around a young girl’s immigration from Taiwan to San Diego.
A MAGIC JOURNEY TO THINGS PAST brings together five generations through the grandmother’s memories.
Mirela Roznoveanu is a native of Romania who immigrated to the United States. Here she discusses her latest book, A Magic Journey to Things Past.
Kate DiCamillo’s latest book, Louisiana’s Way Home, is a remarkable tale that showcases the power of writing things down and truly encourages readers to be both wily and empathetic.
Combining an uplifting story and stunning artwork, MAYBE GOD IS LIKE THAT TOO would make an excellent addition to a child’s religious bookshelf.
Enter for a chance to win a signed copy of Willa and the Bear, a beautiful Gund teddy bear and a $35 gift card to Target!
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Rome Romp! is the follow-up book to the very charming and well-crafted picture book Paris Hop! Grandma Goldie returns, this time traveling with her grandson Danny and his dog, Cappuccino.
Do you have grandmother memories that you treasure? I have so many, and luckily for me, as I launch my new picture book, My Bibi Always Remembers, about a grandmother elephant and her little grandbaby, I have a reason to revisit them all!