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Books with title Granddad��s Hands

  • Grandma's Hands

    Kimberly Jones

    language (KFJ Publishing, Feb. 27, 2017)
    Little One's Summer's with Grandma were always exciting but nothing could have prepared her for this Summer. The Summer she'd finally get to meet her Great Grandmother. The only thing is her Great-Grandmother had died many years ago. This sort of thing doesn't matter in a family of southern spiritualist, anything was possible when real Black girl magic was involved. A simple trip to the bookstore turned out to actually be a rights of passage that opened the door to an ancient family gift and secret. Every few generations a girl child is chosen to reset the path of unfinished family business. With the selection of the perfect journal from Ms. Jarrell's bookshop Little One sets of a series of events that allows her and her Grandmother to finally put an urban legend built around her family to rest. Based on the urban legend of the Yazoo witch of Mississppi this skillfully crafted short story speaks to the inner power in all of us, but especially touches on the magic and power of young women, particularly those with Black Girl Magic.
  • GrandmaÂ’s Hands

    Rolanda T. Pyle, Nhaila Khatri

    Paperback (Authorhouse, Sept. 11, 2018)
    Shonda is heartbroken. She just lost her mother, and now she has to move away to live with her grandmother, which means she will miss her friends and her favorite teacher. But her teacher shares something with her that helps Shonda. Today, millions of children are living with millions of grandparents and other relatives without their parents. You may know one of these children or the relative caring for them. They are not alone! We support the children, and we applaud these caregivers not only on Grandparents' Day (The Sunday after Labor Day in September) but every day.
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  • GranddadÂ’s Hands

    Douglas S. Jones

    Paperback (Catch the Spirit of Appalachia, June 30, 2016)
    A touching rendition of what it takes to be a "Granddad", not only with time spent with grandchildren, but with time spent sharing your own heart....and loving hands.
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  • Grandma’s Hands

    Rolanda T. Pyle, Nhaila Khatri

    eBook (AuthorHouse, Sept. 11, 2018)
    Shonda is heartbroken. She just lost her mother, and now she has to move away to live with her grandmother, which means she will miss her friends and her favorite teacher. But her teacher shares something with her that helps Shonda. Today, millions of children are living with millions of grandparents and other relatives without their parents. You may know one of these children or the relative caring for them. They are not alone! We support the children, and we applaud these caregivers not only on Grandparents’ Day (The Sunday after Labor Day in September) but every day.
  • Grandma's Hands

    Belinda H. Allen

    language (Belinda H. Allen, Feb. 10, 2017)
    Grandmas are very special people. They Love their grandchildren. Grandmas do many wonderful things for their grandchildren.In this book you will see some of the wonderful things that grandmas enjoy doing with their grandchildren.
  • Grandma's Hands

    Dolores Johnson

    Hardcover (Marshall Cavendish Corp/Ccb, March 1, 1998)
    When Billy is brought to his grandmother's house by his unstable mother, he is originally very upset and wants to return to his home in the city, but with time, he discovers that his grandmother is a very special person and starts to appreciate their time together.
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  • Grandad's Hair

    Arthur Nitwit

    language (, July 20, 2015)
    Grandad seems to have a problem with his hair and Freddie is worried. Roger thinks they can help............ Grandad probably wishes they hadn't !
  • Granny's Hands

    Erin O'Connor, Mike Goldstein

    Paperback (Independently published, Oct. 5, 2019)
    Eight-year-old Katie journeys to Iowa to meet her Great Grandmother. As a true love story unfolds, Katie becomes a real farm girl thanks to the brilliance of her Granny's old scary hands.
  • Grandpa's Hands

    Sonya Marie Lillis

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, )
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  • Grandma's Hands

    Wanda Hendrickson, Betty Epperly

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Nov. 6, 2017)
    In this delightful, delicately illustrated book, a grandchild traces the lines of a grandmothers hands and recollects the many ways that connections are formed through acts of love.
  • Granny's Hands

    Erin O'Connor, Mike Goldstein

    (, March 30, 2020)
    Eight-year-old Katie journeys to Iowa to meet her Great Grandmother. As a true love story unfolds, Katie becomes a real farm girl thanks to the brilliance of her Granny's old scary hands.
  • Grandma's Hands

    Nina Hackman

    Paperback (lulu.com, Aug. 12, 2014)
    My grandmother lived with us part of every year and I got to spend spent a lot of time with her. She didn't want to be treated like a guest, she wanted to help! I remember very clearly watching her crooked hands as they peeled apples for apple butter, crocheted a doily, or made a pie. Her hands were magic to me. The idea for this book came to me after the birth of my first grandchild. I looked down at the beautiful baby in my hands. It struck me that my hands were now a grandma's hands. The idea resonated with me and just took hold. We use our hands every day to take care of others just like my grandmother's loving hands did long ago and I wanted to write a book about hands in her honor. Grandma's Hands is a full-color picture book about hands -the hands that hold us, love us, and take care of us in big and small ways. In it I have used photographs to focus on the daily life of hands-holding a baby, cooking a meal, or climbing a tree! I think grandma would be pleased.