Memories of staying at my maternal grandparents’ home always put a smile on my heart. We’d go horse riding at the Bandstand, hungrily gobble up my Grandmother’s succulent fried fish, play kitchen with Grandpa, and read storybooks from my Mother’s childhood library collection — such sweet memories.
In Mary Ann Hoberman’s I’m going to Grandma’s a little girl excitedly looks forward to spending her first night at her grandparent’s home. The day unfolds with one fun activity after the other, but when dusk falls she suddenly realizes she misses home.
To comfort the little one, Grandma cuddles the child on her lap and draws her into the legacy of the family quilt (Trust Grandma to make everything alright!).
I’m going to Grandma’s is that special book you should save for your little one’s first sleepover at Grandma and Grandpa’s. It would also be a memorable way to get the grandparents to introduce your child to a family tradition or heirloom and thus begin a lifetime of rich, savored Grandma and Grandpa memories.
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