Kay Coop’s New Book ‘Grandma Why Do You Have Cracks in Your Face?’ is a Wonderful Tale That Portrays Appreciation for the True Essence of Beauty

Fulton Books Author, Kay Coop, a wife, mother, and grandmother who lives in Seal Beach, CA, has completed her most recent book “Grandma Why Do You Have Cracks in Your Face?”: a mesmerizing picture book narrated in rhyming verse and illustrated by a talented LA-based artist, Melanie Florio. It offers a heartwarming story about a curious young girl named Missy, who wonders about lots of things including why her Grandma’s face has cracks.
Coop shares, “Grandma, Why Do You Have Cracks In Your Face? is a question many grandmothers have heard from their grandchildren. In this book, when a grandchild finds her beautiful lost doll, she understands beauty is more than skin deep.”
Published by Fulton Books, Kay Coop’s book is an alluring tale that celebrates beauty being more than what meets the eye. The young protagonist learns that her grandma remains beautiful despite the cracks in her face. What’s more fascinating is that love fills those cracked spaces of her beloved grandma’s skin.
This feel-good piece can be used as a perfect tool to answer children’s curiosity about aging as they begin to wonder about the cracks in their grandparents’ faces.
Readers who wish to experience this potent work can purchase “Grandma Why Do You Have Cracks in Your Face?” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books