Friday, May 31, 2019
Sometimes children connect to their grandparents in ways they don't connect with their parents. The Run-aways by Ulf Stark is a charming tale of a boy and his devotion and love for his grandfather.
Grandfather lives in home and he and his grandson plot an "escape." Well, more of a brief getaway. Children will enjoy the planning and plotting and wondering if they can pull it off without being detected. And where does Grandpa even want to go?
Children will delight in the mystery and adventure of a boy and his grandfather. What a beautiful glimpse into one man's life and the surprising ways two generations connect and look out for one another. Everyone needs a friend like that!
Disclaimer: I received a digital copy of The Run-Aways from NetGalley for the purpose of review. No other compensation was received.
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