Raisin and Grape by James Proimos

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A young grape is lucky enough to spend the whole day with his grandpa raisin. Grape thinks Grandpa’s wrinkles are awesome. Grandpa says you couldn’t pay him to be a grape again. Both of them agree, however, that together they make a great team.

In quite possibly the first intergenerational picture book featuring edible characters, authors Tom Amico and James Proimos’s funny and spare text shows us a genuinely sweet relationship between a grandson and his grandfather, while Andy Snair’s intentionally simple color palette will remind readers that sometimes the best things in life are the most basic.

 

About James Proimos

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James Proimos is the author and illustrator of the Johnny Mutton series as well as When Guinea Pigs Fly. He has also created shows for Cartoon Network and the WB. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland.
 
Published March 16, 2006 by Dial. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books.

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It’s plainly a mutual admiration society, as the two take a walk to the park, crossing the “big street” hand in hand, talking and joking together (“He reminds me to stop and smell the flowers.

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In this modern-day tale, a raisin and a grape illustrate how grandparents can play dual roles: as caregiver and trusted friend.

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