I Love My Grandma!

Illustrated by Sue DiCicco
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Perfect for Mother's Day, Grandparents Day, and any day when you want to celebrate a child's love for their grandma, this warm Step 1 early reader celebrates a girl's special relationship with her grandma!

Aren't grandmas the best? The star of I Love Pink! and I Love My Tutu! has so much fun with her grandma! Together, they bike and play games, they read and have tea parties . . . and dance parties! And, guess what? Her grandma even had a grandma once! And they liked to do a lot of the same things together, too. This simple story is relatable, easy to decode, and parents and grandparents will relish the opportunity to talk about their family lineage after reading this warm intergenerational story about the love between a grandma and a granddaughter.

Step 1 Readers feature big type and easy words for children who know the alphabet and are eager to begin reading. Rhyme and rhythmic text paired picture clues help children decode the story.

Young readers will LOVE the other I LOVE books in this series!
I Love My Pink!
I Love My Tutu!
I Love Cake!
I Love My Teacher!
FRANCES GILBERT is a children's book editor and the author of the picture books Go, Girls, Go!, Too Much Slime!, and I Will Always Be Your Bunny; the Step Into Reading leveled readers I Love Pink!, I Love My Tutu!, I Love My Grandma!, I Love Cake! and I Love My Teacher!; and an abridgement of The Secret Garden for Little Golden Books. Follow her on Twitter at @GoGirlsGoBooks. View titles by Frances Gilbert
Sue DiCicco is the author-illustrator of many beloved storybooks for children. Born in Southern California, she attended Cal Arts, then worked for Disney and other studios as an animator before opening her own studio. She illustrated the Little Golden Books The Poky Little Puppy's Wonderful Winter Day and The Poky Little Puppy and the Pumpkin Patch, as well as many Golden Book adaptations in Random House's Step into Reading line of early readers. She lives in Santa Barbara, California. View titles by Sue DiCicco

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Perfect for Mother's Day, Grandparents Day, and any day when you want to celebrate a child's love for their grandma, this warm Step 1 early reader celebrates a girl's special relationship with her grandma!

Aren't grandmas the best? The star of I Love Pink! and I Love My Tutu! has so much fun with her grandma! Together, they bike and play games, they read and have tea parties . . . and dance parties! And, guess what? Her grandma even had a grandma once! And they liked to do a lot of the same things together, too. This simple story is relatable, easy to decode, and parents and grandparents will relish the opportunity to talk about their family lineage after reading this warm intergenerational story about the love between a grandma and a granddaughter.

Step 1 Readers feature big type and easy words for children who know the alphabet and are eager to begin reading. Rhyme and rhythmic text paired picture clues help children decode the story.

Young readers will LOVE the other I LOVE books in this series!
I Love My Pink!
I Love My Tutu!
I Love Cake!
I Love My Teacher!

Author

FRANCES GILBERT is a children's book editor and the author of the picture books Go, Girls, Go!, Too Much Slime!, and I Will Always Be Your Bunny; the Step Into Reading leveled readers I Love Pink!, I Love My Tutu!, I Love My Grandma!, I Love Cake! and I Love My Teacher!; and an abridgement of The Secret Garden for Little Golden Books. Follow her on Twitter at @GoGirlsGoBooks. View titles by Frances Gilbert
Sue DiCicco is the author-illustrator of many beloved storybooks for children. Born in Southern California, she attended Cal Arts, then worked for Disney and other studios as an animator before opening her own studio. She illustrated the Little Golden Books The Poky Little Puppy's Wonderful Winter Day and The Poky Little Puppy and the Pumpkin Patch, as well as many Golden Book adaptations in Random House's Step into Reading line of early readers. She lives in Santa Barbara, California. View titles by Sue DiCicco

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