Many people find winter a trial. But for those who come from countries that are warm all year long, the cold can be extra-challenging. Ken and Rama have looked forward to their nana's visit for months. But when she arrives from Africa in the middle of winter, she buries herself in blankets. "Brrr," she says. "It's too cold for living things." No matter what anybody says, Nana won't budge. When she comes down with croup, things look dire. But is there a solution at hand? Adwoa Badoe's colorful narrative and Bushra Junaid's innovative collage art make this charming story one young readers will revisit often.
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Used availability for Adwoa Badoe's Nana's Cold Days
October 2002 : Canada Hardback
December 2009 : Canada Paperback