Maud and Grand-Maud

Category: Book
By (author): O'Leary, Sara
Illustrated By: Pak, Kenard
Subject:  JUVENILE FICTION / Bedtime & Dreams
  JUVENILE FICTION / Family / Multigenerational
Publisher: Tundra Books
Published: August 2020
Format: Book-hardcover
Pages: 40
Size: 11.00in x 8.50in
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$ 21.99
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From The Publisher*This sweet story captures the singular experience of a child's visit with grandma. A diverse story for fans of How to Babysit a Grandma/Grandpa and Grandma's Purse or readers who love This Is Sadie.

Maud loves the weekends that she stays over at her grandma's house. There's always breakfast-for-supper, matching nightgowns, black-and-white movies and best of all -- having someone to listen to her dreams for when she grows up. But what makes the visit extra-special is what Grand-Maud has hidden in an old chest under her bed. Sometimes there are paint sets, toys, homemade cookies, handknit mittens or sweaters. But Maud finds a wonderful surprise when she finds a belonging from Grand-Maud's childhood. When she grows up, Maud wants to be just like Grand-Maud.

Maud and Grand-Maud is a sweet celebration of the unique bond between grandparents and grandchildren.
Biographical NoteSARA O'LEARY is a writer of fiction for both adults and children. She is the author of the beloved This Is Sadie, illustrated by Julie Morstad, and the award-winning series of Henry books: When You Were Small, Where You Came From and When I Was Small, also illustrated by Julie Morstad. A graduate of the University of British Columbia Creative Writing Program, she has taught Screenwriting and Writing for Children at Concordia University in Montreal. Sara was named for a grandmother who was called Sadie all her life.

KENARD PAK is an animator and illustrator. He has worked as a visual development artist for Dreamworks, Walt Disney Feature Animation, PDI Dreamworks and Laika.He has illustrated several picture books, including The Fog, The Hundred-Year Barn, I Wonder, Have You Heard the Nesting Bird?, The Dinner That Cooked Itself and Flowers Are Calling. Ken lives in foggy San Francisco with his wife and three cats.