Gramma sits in the sun parlor in her wheelchair. When Donnie visits, they have a ritual. "Where shall we walk today?" Gramma asks. Donnie chooses one of their favorite paths. Today it is along the seashore. He settles down on a hassock next to the wheelchair, and off they go on their imaginary walk. Gramma and Donnie enjoy their walk every step of the way, and so will the young listeners who join them.
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A boy and his gramma take an vivid imaginary trip to the beach together.The book would be a great way to open a discussion about imagination and connecting with elders, like grandparents.
The power of the imagination can overcome any obstacle. In this story, a grandmother and her grandson share wonderful stories where her wheelchair is never in the way.