A migh-TEA mix-up leads to a delightful day for a little girl and her grampy.
Frannie and Grandy both have an idea about what the perfect day should look like, but when that day arrives, there is a migh-TEA mix-up. Tea gets splashed, sandwiches smashed, and expectations, crushed. Luckily, Frannie and Grandy discover that a perfect day is just one they spend together.
New York Times bestselling author Beth Ferry partners with award-winning illustrator Dana Wulfekotte to bring us a funny and tender ode to the relationship between children and grandparents.
Beth Ferry is the author of many books for young readers including Stick and Stone, Ten Rules of the Birthday Wish, and The Scarecrow. She lives by the boardwalk in New Jersey where she has played, and lost, many rounds of miniature golf. As a child, her favorite part of the game was keeping score with the tiny little pencil on the tiny little score sheet. She also enjoyed the ice cream cone that invariably followed. You can learn more at bethferry.com.
Dana Wulfekotte is a freelance animator and children's book author and illustrator. She is the author-illustrator of Rabbit & Possum and illustrated the Schneider Family Honor book, The Remember Balloons (written by Jessie Oliveros). While she isn't much of a golfer, she does drink a lot of tea. She lives in Queens with her husband and two rabbits.
"A sweet celebration of intergenerational bonding." --Publishers Weekly