A heartwarming picture book that you can share with your children and grandchildren to help them understand that special love you feel for them – that forever love.
It features a grandmother, who is lovingly baking the first blueberry pie of the season for her grandson. Mason thinks the baking is taking forever – doesn’t that sound familiar? Mason’s grandfather sends him searching the family farm to find the meaning of forever. Kids will love spotting the barn cat on almost every page as you all root for Mason to find forever.
It’s going to become a tradition for you to share this book with each of your children and grandchildren – and maybe you can even make a blueberry pie together after you read it.
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My story is featured on the cover of the magazine!
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