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Grandpa's Face by Eloise Greenfield
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Eloise Greenfield and Floyd Cooper together for another stunning picture book that focuses on feelings and celebrates grandfathers.

When Tamika peeks into a rehearsal space and sees her grandfather making a face she does not recognize, she is frightened that this cannot be the same man who takes her for talk-walks.

Is this really who her grandfather is? How can she be sure? Can she find her way back to the hand-in-hand times, watching the lines of grandpa's face communicate his true feelings for her?

Stunning artwork from Floyd Cooper accompanies Eloise Greenfield's capture of youthful thought and worry. . .

I took this one from the bins in the West Clark Community Schools warehouse. Going back on Tuesday afternoon to see what else I can find.

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