This laugh-out-loud book offers a gentle reminder to kids (and their parents) to see people who are different through God's eyes. Wacky, good-natured Grandma Aggie straps on her bike helmet, and in her humorous way she "blesses" the old folks and young folks, working joes and exercise nuts, smilers and frowners she passes along the way. In the process she ends up getting "blessed" herself.
Prolific author--more than 100 books--with a host of awards including the C. S. Lewis Award and a Gold Medallion
Deals with an issue kids encounter every day
Helps kids understand what a blessing is, in everyday terms
Neta Jackson and her husband Dave are also the authors of the award-winning Trailblazer Books, a 40-book series of historical fiction for youth about great Christian heroes, and Hero Tales, a four volume set of Christian biographies. When deadlines permit, Neta enjoys biking, camping, gardening, and playing with her grandkids. The Jacksons have three grown children and live in Evanston, Illinois. Damon J. Taylor earned his degree from the American Academy of Art in Chicago, Illinois. Damon is also the author and illustrator of the knock-your-socks-off kids book series Child Sockology. He and his family live in the Kansas City, Kansas area.