by Bercaw, Edna Coe.
Jennifer, a Korean American, is worried that her grandmother, visiting from Korea, will embarrass her on her school's Grandparents' Day, but the event brings her understanding and acceptance.
The blue roses
by Boyden, Linda.
A Native American girl gardens with her grandfather, who helps to raise her, and learns about life and loss when he dies, and then speaks to her from a dream where he is surrounded by blue roses.
by Bunting, Eve
When he and his parents visit his grandmother in the nursing home where she is recovering from a broken hip, everyone pretends to be happy until Tim helps them express their true feelings.
The key collection
by Cheng, Andrea.
A ten-year-old boy in the Midwest misses his Chinese grandmother, who always lived next door until her health caused her to move.
by Clarke, Judith
While an English class of 7B students at Wentworth High in Australia struggle with a six-week essay assignment answering, "Who am I?," one child's great-grandmother arrives unexpectedly from India to follow her dream.
The remembering box
by Clifford, Eth
Nine-year-old Joshua's weekly visits to his beloved grandmother on the Jewish Sabbath give him an understanding of love, family, and tradition which helps him accept her death.
My grandmother is a singing Yaya
by D'Arc, Karen Scourby.
Lulu loves to hear her Greek grandmother sing when they are alone, but she is embarrassed by her grandmother's exuberance in public--until a special picnic at school.
by Dickinson, Peter
Gavin tries to enlist the help of selkies--seal people--to communicate with his comatose grandfather.
by Edwards, Michelle
Calliope does not have a grandmother or grandfather to bring to school on Grandparent's Day, but she finds a special way to participate anyway.
Snowed in with Grandmother Silk
by Fenner, Carol.
Ruddy is disappointed when his parents go on a cruise and he must stay with his fussy grandmother for a whole week, but an unexpected snowstorm reveals a surprising side of Grandmother Silk.
Stepping out with Grandma Mac
by Grimes, Nikki
Grandma Mac is a handful to her granddaughter, who narrates these verses about her sharp-tongued granny. Grandma Mac is stubborn and willful--just like the granddaughter she loves with all of her heart. Illustrations.
Sun & spoon
by Henkes, Kevin.
After the death of his grandmother, ten-year-old Spoon observes the changes in his grandfather and tries to find the perfect artifact to preserve his memories of her.
Horrible Harry and the holidaze
by Kline, Suzy.
Miss Mackle's third graders share December holiday traditions--Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Three Kings Day, and Korean New Year--with each other and with Harry's great grandfather, who has just moved to a nursing home.
Gus and Grandpa at basketball
by Mills, Claudia
Gus enjoys basketball practice, but the noise and pace of real games bother him, until his grandpa gives him some good advice.
A year down yonder
by Peck, Richard,
During the recession of 1937, fifteen-year-old Mary Alice is sent to live with her feisty, larger-than-life grandmother in rural Illinois and comes to a better understanding of this fearsome woman. Newbery Winner.
When Zaydeh danced on Eldridge Street
by Rael, Elsa.
While staying with her grandparents in New York City in the mid-1930s, eight-year-old Zeesie joins in the celebration of Simchat Torah and sees a different side of her stern grandfather.
by Santucci, Barbara
Anna is reluctant to plant the kernels of corn her grandpa has left her upon his death, until she realizes that the act will help her remember the times they listened to the music of the corn together.
What's wrong with Grandma? : a family's experience with Alzheimer's
by Shawver, Margaret.
A young girl tries to understand the frustrating, frightening changes in her grandmother caused by Alzheimer's Disease.
Janna and the kings
by Smith, Patricia
Janna loves the Saturday visits that she and her grandfather make to the local barbershop where she becomes a princess, but after he dies, Janna feels as though her world has changed.
by Stone, B. J.
Having traveled to the Ozark Mountains of Missouri to attend Great-grandmother Ola's funeral, ten-year-old Josie hears many colorful stories about a strong and generous relative she does not remember.
The Wish Master
by Wright, Betty Ren
Certain that his grandfather doesn't want him around, Corby is unhappy when he and his mother go to spend the summer in Wisconsin to help take care of his ailing grandmother, until a local boy takes him to the Wish Master.
The imp that ate my homework
by Yep, Laurence.
Jim teams up with his grandfather, who is known as the meanest man in Chinatown, to defeat a powerful demon.