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Posted March 10, 2015
Janet and Sam have one energetic granny. No one can keep up with her. She loves life and she engages in it. She jogs, builds shelves, fixes cars and now her new passion is to create an iron sculpture to enter in the art exhibition. Her uppity next door neighbour accuses her of not being artistic because she is too old and well.... all fired up, granny set out to prove her wrong. How dare that old busy-body say that to her? Who does she think she is? How rude. Granny, right then, sets her mind and her heart to be the winner.
She works diligently to produce the winning entry but alas her sculpture is too big to fit through the doors of the exhibition hall. Granny feels down and defeated because how can she win if she can't get her creation inside to the judges?
But not to worry. Her delightful grandchildren take up her cause and with the help of their loyalty and spunk they alert the judges to their granny's masterpiece parked just outside the hall. When the judges feast their eyes on her submission and see the local children's interest in it, they deem it fit for first prize. Hurray for granny!
The illustrations are detailed, colourful and drive the text beautifully. I highly recommend this book.