From School Library Journal
PerS-K-This picture book takes a gently humorous approach to grandparents, presenting their assets, drawbacks, various names, and appearances. Several cartoon drawings on each page feature various sets of children interacting with their relatives in warm scenes of sharing family history, hugs, snacks, etc. The text and art are arranged on spreads by topic ("All Grandparents have their own names," "Not all grandparents have free time," etc.). Each small drawing has a line of explanation and often includes a dialogue balloon with comments from the characters ("Grandpa bought me a dog!"). The grandparents are different in appearance, lifestyle, personality, and in the ways they interact with their grandchildren, but all of the families appear to be white and middle class.Marlene Gawron, formerly at Orange County Library, Orlando, FL
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"Le Ray's drawings...display the diversity of grandparents and the affection shared among family members." -- Publishers Weekly, March 3, 2003
"This humorous little book is a primer on the matter-of-fact and the less obvious matters pertaining to having grandparents." -- The San Diego Union-Tribune, March 23, 2003