Grandma and The Things That Stay The Same
Written by Eve Aw
Illustrated by Yunroo
A heartwarmer about the same questions we hear every Lunar New Year, and how it may not be the answers that matter.
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In this engaging and humorous story, a young girl has a familiar and common encounter with her Grandma that most young children often have with elderly relatives.
It’s time for the yearly reunion dinner with Grandma. As you brace yourself for the same questions she asks every year, let this deceptively simple story change the way you see this annual ritual.
Grandma and The Things That Stay The Same has a lesson or two on how it's this sameness amidst our ever-changing environment that makes home and family all the more precious.
Suitable for ages 3 - 6.
Read if you: classify Lunar New Year as sci-fi because it's a time loop you can't get out of.