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Grandma’s Hands

About the Story

Grandma’s Hands is a timeless, universal song originally featured on Bill Withers’ 1971 album, Just As I Am. With soulful lyrics, the song captures the significant impact that Withers’ grandmother had on his life as a child. Multiple award-winning artist R. Gregory Christie has brought the iconic song to life through vibrant illustrations, painting a tender portrait of Bill’s grandmother. Through the illustrations, readers are transported back in time to experience the comfort, security, and unconditional love that he found in his grandmother’s hands.
A heartwarming tribute to the enduring bond between grandmothers and their grandchildren, “Grandma’s Hands” represents how the simple acts of care and affection during childhood can leave an indelible mark for a lifetime.

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