Story by Diane Carmel Léger
Illustrations by Jean-Luc Trudel
No two grandmothers are alike, except when it comes to their love for their grandchildren. This story follows six grandchildren in the 1960s as they compare and contrast their visits with their grandmothers Mémére and Nannie. They are as different as can be, from the type of dog they own to what form of transportation they take. Overall, this is a thoughtful story that teaches kids to respect and celebrate the differences between family members.