When Grandma calls her three grandchildren for a story, she tells them about a special, snuggly house. It is a solid, gentle home that protects its owners and remembers the love, sadness, and joy that happen inside its walls.
As it gets older, though, it falls into disrepair. The roof is leaking, and everything is a big mess. The house is no longer strong and snuggly, and it is very sad; it misses being loved and needed. Finally, the house is left empty and for sale. Most people who come to see it only see the flaws and the mess. Will the house ever find a family to fix it up and make it beautiful again?
In this childrens story, a grandmother tells the story of a special house that needs a family to love it and care for itas well as the connection that house has to her family.
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.09(d)|
About the Author
About the Author:
Gaylee Warner is a retired surgical nurse and daughter of a career military officer. With her family, she has lived in Morocco, Japan and all over the United States including Alaska and Hawaii. One of her many passions is reading- not only for her own enjoyment but to her three sons when they were little and to children in elementary schools.
About the Illustrator:
C. R. Macomber is a Southern Illinois flatlander. She works as a freelance artist and independent art contractor. Ms. Macomber is a grandmother of eight and fanatic baseball fan. She loves coffee and key lime pie, any type of art and reads a book a week.