Grandmas Are the Greatest (Hardcover)

Grandmas Are the Greatest By Ben Faulks, Nia Tudor (Illustrator) Cover Image

Grandmas Are the Greatest (Hardcover)

By Ben Faulks, Nia Tudor (Illustrator)


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A delightful picture book about the special bond between grandmothers and grandchildren, perfect for gifting!

Do you have a grandmother who lets you help out in her vegetable garden? Or one who takes you along when she hikes through nature? Or maybe you have a silly grandma who tells you her best jokes?

Your grandmother may be an acrobat or an ambulance driver, a master chef or mountaineer, a super spy or just super snuggly. No two grandmas are exactly alike, but what makes every grandma the GREATEST is the one-of-a-kind love they give to their grandchildren.

Contemporary: This book showcases a variety of grandparents
Perennial: Celebrates the universal love that grandparents and grandchildren share
An excellent gift for Mother's Day, Grandparent's Day, birthdays, and holidays.
For fans of: sweet picture books with commercial art, kid-friendly approach, and heartwarming message.
Also available: Grandpas Are the Greatest

Ben Faulks is a British actor, author, producer, and presenter. Born in Cornwall, Ben earned a degree in theatre acting from Bretton Hall School of Dance and Drama. He is best known for co-creating and starring in the CBeebies' Royal Television Society award-winning and BAFTA-nominated television show Mr. Bloom's Nursery.

Nia Tudor is a freelance illustrator living along the Welsh coast in South Wales, UK with her husband, three children, and two cats. Nia loves depicting heartfelt and intricate family relationships taking inspiration from her three children whom she unschools. Books she's illustrated include When You Joined Our Family, The Queen on Our Corner, and Grandpas Are the Greatest.

Product Details ISBN: 9781547613151
ISBN-10: 1547613157
Publisher: Bloomsbury Children's Books
Publication Date: March 26th, 2024
Pages: 32
Language: English
“A celebration of grandmothers' talents and strengths [which features] an array of grandmas with many different body types, skin colors, heritages, and religions . . . A festive intergenerational shindig.” —Kirkus