A Walk with Grandma

Is it animal, vegetable or mineral?

A Walk with Grandma brings back a favorite game with a story that will become a family treasure.

Alex couldn’t wait to show Grandma the new game he learned in school. Children, parents, and teachers will love sharing this sequel to the award-winning A Walk with Grandpa, filled with delightful illustrations by Dan Bridy.

Play along and discover the animals, vegetables, and minerals in your neighborhood while enjoying a walk with Grandma.

Hanging out with Grandma is one of life’s joys.

Grandma’s love, tasty cooking, and wonderful stories are what we share with our children.


Is it animal, vegetable or mineral?

A Walk with Grandma brings back a favorite game with a story that will become a family treasure.

Alex couldn’t wait to show Grandma the new game he learned in school. Children, parents, and teachers will love sharing this sequel to the award-winning A Walk with Grandpa, filled with delightful illustrations by Dan Bridy.

Play along and discover the animals, vegetables, and minerals in your neighborhood while enjoying a walk with Grandma.


What better way to pass time with children? Reading and playing!


“Children and adults will be delighted by this story about a boy and his grandmother playing a guessing game while on a walk… shows how learning can be a fun part of everyday life.”  Carol A. Cole, Author of The Penguin Lady

“A Walk with Grandma is a wonderful children’s picture book. Alex is excited when grandma comes to visit.  They take a walk and he teaches Grandma a new game. The book not only shows the love between a grandmother and her grandson, but teaches a game that all can play. This is a must read for grandparents, parents, and children.” – Paula Feuerstein, author of Crackle. Chirp. Chirp.

“A great read-aloud or early reading book. It encourages the use of language skills in a joyful way, while showing a close bond between a grandson and his grandmother.” – Janis L. Silverman, Author of Help Me Say Goodbye and Imagine That! Imagery Stories and Activities to Help Young People Learn to Improve Their Behavioral Self-Control

“What child doesn’t like guessing games? On his walk with Grandma, Alex guesses what is animal, vegetable, or mineral with a little surprise by Grandma. Young kids will be engrossed with this fun book by Sharon K. Solomon.” – D. H. Timpko, author of The Firma Twins Adventure Series

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