Grandma has a hearing problem, which leads to comical misunderstandings in conversations with her grandson. But there is one sentence she hears perfectly at the end: “Grandma, I love you.” This book plays on rhyming words in a warm and playful interaction between the two generations.
The grandmother in our story has a heavy hearing, and her jumbled responses to the words of her grandson make us smile. But she communicates with him and listens to him well, not with her ears but with her heart. The grandmother spoils her grandson by preparing his favorite juice, making up games ...Read More