Tea with Grandpa (Hardcover)

By Barney Saltzberg, Barney Saltzberg (Illustrator)

Roaring Brook Press, 9781596438941, 40pp.

Publication Date: April 15, 2014

List Price: 15.99*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

Spending time with Grandpa is always fun.
Singling, laughing, eating, and playing.
And when it's time to say goodbye,
It won't be for long because
He's never too far away to have tea.

In this sweetly simple, rhyming picture book by acclaimed author/artist Barney Saltzberg, a little girl tells us about her daily tea ritual with her grandfather where they sing and laugh and clink their teacups with the help of their computers and a video chat.

A Neal Porter Book



About the Author

Barney Saltzberg is the writer/illustrator of over thirty books including the Kisses series and Beautiful Oops. He lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife and three dogs, where he writes, draws, and creates and sings songs for children. Barney and his wife mostly drink coffee but they have been known to drink a spot of tea from time to time as well.

Barney Saltzberg is the writer/illustrator of over thirty books including the Kisses series and Beautiful Oops. He lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife and three dogs, where he writes, draws, and creates and sings songs for children. Barney and his wife mostly drink coffee but they have been known to drink a spot of tea from time to time as well.


Praise For Tea with Grandpa

“Simply charming!” —School Library Journal

“Mischievous pet antics add a dash of fun, but the focus is on the sweet bond between these two family members separated by distance.” —Publishers Weekly

“The welcome modern twist to Saltzberg's intergenerational story is sweetly affirming for today's far-flung families.” —Kirkus Reviews

“The timelessness of a tea party goes digital when a young girl and her grandfather find a creative way to connect despite being separated by distance . . . This kind of relationship is one many kids can relate to, and the book is a great reminder that even though their grandparents may be far away, they are always close enough for tea.” —Booklist