This lively story will leap into the hearts of kids and their grandparents alike as it celebrates intergenerational relationships in rhyming text. Nana can make any object a dancing partner. An umbrella, a broom, even a rake Both onstage and off, she can shimmy, she can mambo, and do the bunny hop. She's won prizes and can dance to grandpa's music or to her own beat. But nothing is more special than when grandma dances with her grandchildren. This fun story is filled with the movement, energy, and laughter that comes when kids dance with their grandparents. Author:
Jane Yolen, Maddison Stemple-PiattPublisher:
10.28h x 8.36w x 0.35dISBN:
Ages 4-8Review Citation(s): Publishers Weekly
09/06/2021School Library Journal
09/17/2021 pg. 1Booklist
11/01/2021 pg. 73
About the AuthorMaddison Stemple-Piatt
Jane Yolen is the author of over 400 books for children and adults. Her books, stories, and poems have won many awards including the Caldecott Medal, two Nebula Awards, two Christopher Medals, three Golden Kite Awards, and the Jewish Book Award. She lives in Hatfield, MA. Visit janeyolen.com, @Jane.Yolen on Facebook, @JaneYolen on Twitter, and @JYolen on Instagram.
is Jane's first grandchild. Following in her Nana's footsteps, she trained in ballet from a young age. She has earned her bachelor's in Psychology with minors in Spanish and Dance, her master's in Criminology and Criminal Justice, and is currently a Juris Doctor candidate. She lives in St. Petersburg, FL. Priscilla Burris
is an author-illustrator and a member of the board of advisors for the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators. Priscilla is represented by the CAT Agency, Inc. She lives in Southern California. Visit priscillaburris.com and @PriscillaDesign on Twitter and Instagram.