"Lilacs with a whiff of bleach." Grans smell. That "rich molasses voice." Gran reading stories. By these things, Luis knows his grandmother. And he knows that she loves him. But when Gran passes away and leaves notes hidden in her things for each family member to find, Luis seems to be the only one forgotten. Could it be so? The answer comes generations later, when Luis himself is a grandfather, and his faith is only proved right. Truly, this is a story that uses all the senses to convey its loving message.
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Used availability for Lisa Rowe Fraustino's The Hickory Chair
February 2001 : USA Hardback
March 2000 : USA Paperback