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Something About Grandma / Un Verano Especial con la Abuela by Tania de Regil

Hello, Tania de Regil! Welcome back to Watch. Connect. Read.! I love, love books about grandparents. I wanted to give Something About Grandma a big hug when I finished reading it. It is lovely! Tania de Regil: Thank you so much Mr. Schu! And thank you for having me back, it’s always a treat being here. What planted the seed for Something About Grandma / Un Verano Especial con la Abuela ? Tania de Regil:  I think I’ve had this idea brewing in my head for a long time. Ever since I was a little girl, I was sure that my mother had some kind of special power. She had this ability to always know what I was up to, I could never keep a secret from her, and no matter what, she always knew how to make me feel better. It fascinated me and it still does. There’s a certain knowingness, a secret language, a deep understanding between a mother and her children that cannot be easily explained. But where do mothers get this magic power from? Well, from their own mother of course. It’s the ultimate kin

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