Everybody Loves Grace is a story of a love so deep it helps us realize that although we may not know what life has in store for us, we can turn uncertain situations into positive experiences. Grace teaches us how simple acts of kindness could change lives and can have a profound effect on others. All it takes is for Grace to look into someone’s eyes for a healing through a personal connection of love. Grace’s story gives children the courage to move forward through life’s changes and know that things will be okay. Grace also reminds us that every day is an adventure –whether it’s routine walks around the neighborhood or road trips to the mountains.
Everybody Loves Grace: A True Story of Grace’s Adventure to the Grand Canyon offers readers two main insights: Good things happen on the “trails less traveled” and the journey is an important part of every adventure!
Everybody Loves Grace: A True Story of Grace’s Adventure to Texas allows readers of all ages to learn that moving can be a fun adventure that allows us to make new and special friends. Good friends remain good friends even when they don’t see each other often. Through Grace and her mommy Katy, lessons are learned throughout the book on the importance of staying in touch with friends we have known for years which allows us to celebrate life together.
Everybody Loves Grace: A True Story of Grace’s Adventure to Utah allows readers of all ages to learn how empowering it is to go places when it’s just the girls. People and places never stay the same so there’s adventure in going to places we’ve been before. Through Grace and her mommy Katy, lessons are learned throughout the book on the importance of learning to have courage to do things you want to do and the awareness that people and places change over time.
In the book Everybody Loves Grace: A True Story of Grace’s Adventure to Pennsylvania a Finnish Lapphund named Grace asks to go on a road trip to the East Coast so she can visit where her mommy grew up and her big brother lived for five years. In the process, she gets to some of the things on her bucket list including seeing the United States, having fun at Koziar’s Christmas Village, visiting Nathan’s new apartment, and exploring historic Philadelphia.
Publisher: Everybody Loves Grace Publishing
Pages per book: 64
Size of each book: 6 X 9