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Grandpa's top threes / Wendy Meddour ; illustrated by Daniel Egnéus.

Meddour, Wendy (author.). Egnéus, Daniel, (illustrator.).

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Rowayton Library J MED (Text to phone) 33625122930493 Juvenile Red Dot Available -

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General Note: "Originated as Tibble and Grandpa by Oxford University Press (Great Britain)"--Page facing title page.
Summary, etc.: Henry loves talking with Grandpa, but Grandpa has stopped listening. Mom says to just give him time. But Henry wants to talk to Grandpa now. So Henry tries his favorite game--Top Threes. And something amazing happens.
Subject: Grandparent and child Juvenile fiction
Grief Juvenile fiction
Loss (Psychology) Juvenile fiction
Resilience (Personality trait) Juvenile fiction
Picture books for children
Grandparent and child Fiction
Grief Fiction
Loss (Psychology) Fiction
Resilience (Personality trait) Fiction
Grandparent and child
Grief
Loss (Psychology)
Resilience (Personality trait)
Genre: Fiction.
Juvenile works.
Picture books.
Picture books.

Syndetic Solutions - Summary for ISBN Number 9781536211252
Grandpa S Top Threes
Grandpa S Top Threes
by Meddour, Wendy; Egneus, Daniel (Illustrator)
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Grandpa S Top Threes


A young boy's original game coaxes a grieving grandpa to reconnect with the world in a touching intergenerational story of love and resilience. Henry loves talking with Grandpa, but Grandpa has stopped listening. Mom says to just give him time. But Henry wants to talk to Grandpa now. So Henry tries his favorite game: Top Threes. And something amazing happens: Grandpa starts talking again. Out of a tale of favorite sandwiches and zoo animals, outings and trains, emerges a moving story about love, loss, and the wonder of grannies and grandpas.
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