Saying Good-bye to Grandma
Susie is curious about what will happen when she travels with her parents to attend her grandmother's funeral in the small town where her mother grew up. "A true picture, both happy and sad, of the experience." -- School Library Journal, starred review
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Allie anyway apple pies Aunt Betty Aunt Judy back home bass bite breakfast Brent cemetery chair chance to chew cheek church coffin cook couch cousins cried crying cupboard dark dinner Doors slammed dress drove eggs eyes face favorite fell asleep fishing floor flowers friends funeral fussed garbage good-bye to Grandma Grand Grandma's casket grownups half the night hand hugged hungry hymn inside Jason and Rachel kids kissed light looked lure ma's Mary Mary's Matthew minister Mom and Dad Mom's morning Nathan never heard Olly pajama peaches pillow pink plate played Potato put her arm quiet remember RESH salad sandwich Saying Good-bye shut sleeping sleeping bag smiled stayed stood sun go Sunday supper Suzie talked they'd melt thing toast tongue Uncle Dick Virgil waited want to go watch the sun whispered woke