Acclaimed writer and illustrator Lane Smith has amassed an impressive body of work both on his own and as a collaborator on Caldecott Honor-winning books. In Grandpa Green, Smith introduces listeners to a boy who learns about life's many wonders while exploring his great-grandfather's topiary garden, where imagination blooms and memories come alive.
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"In this short audiobook, narrator Noah Galvin manages to convey the depth of this children's story, which encompasses the span of Grandpa Green's full life as seen by his great grandchild. Galvin's artful pacing highlights some of the punch lines, and his unembellished narration conveys a pure and sentimental quality to the recounting of Grandpa's life. However, while Galvin's charming narration does justice to the story, it's even better with the actual picture book in hand because much of the story relies on the illustrations. M.F. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"
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