Grandma's gone. Now Sukey races against time to unravel the mysteries of a puzzling inheritance from a grandmother she never knew. A note and a key to Grandma's most precious treasure, her sock drawer, sends Sukey on wild adventures she never expected. Will Sukey unlock the questions that lead to peace and connect her fragmented family? Can she find answers before the estate sale ends everything?
"In Grandma's Sock Drawer, Agauas combines masterful storytelling, compelling dialogue and vivid imagery to tell the story of Sukey, a young girl, who was left Grandma's most prized possession, the key to her sock drawer. When Sukey unlocks the sock drawer she also unlocks the secrets to amazing adventures and important life lessons. This is a story of family, love, forgiveness, and hope...a must read!" - Angela Wright, Educator, Administrator
"Grandma's Sock Drawer is a read and re-read fantasy novel that can stand alongside classic literature giants. It's a fanciful tale filled with vivid imagery, suspense, and adventure. The story evolves with profound and important moral lessons for readers of every age. Great stories produce deep thought and reflection that stay with the reader long after the book is closed. This book is that kind of story. It's a page turner that speaks volumes to a listening heart and a must read for middle schoolers everywhere. I highly recommend Grandma's Sock Drawer for every child's library". - Evonne Rogers, Retired educator of thirty years. School District Assistant Superintendent, Curriculum Director, School Administrator, teacher, mother of four, grandmother of seven. Author and Illustrator.
|Publisher:||Why Not Now Childrens Books LLC|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.75(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
About the Author
Sue also writes fiction and nonfiction for both middle grade and picture book readers. Nature and animals are inspiration for her books. She loves the power of books to transport a reader to places near or far, real or imaginary. Books create joy and can allow for self-reflection. Sue aspires to replicate these qualities in her books. She writes to create feelings within the reader, especially joy.
Besides writing, Sue has been an avid equestrian since the age of eight. She still enjoys competing in the obscure discipline of dressage.