"Hello, Ms. Szabo. Thank you for writing such a wonderful book. My granddaughter is eight years old, and I bought your book for her a week ago. After she had read the story, she told me that we should start learning the sign language before I get as old as Grandma Rosa and lose my hearing. She said she wanted to talk to me when I get very old and I'll be deaf. We’re having a great time learning to spell words with our fingers, and it gave us the opportunity to spend more quality time together. I just purchased three of your other books too and I hope you have a great message to children in those books as you have in the book about Sandra and Grandma Rosa. Thank you, a very grateful grandma, Jane.”
Thank you so much for letting me know Jane, you really made my day!
When Grandma Rosa lost her hearing, Sandra's parents became frustrated and sad. They didn't know what to do and how to learn to communicate with Grandma Rosa. Sandra found the way, she taught her family to use sign language. When she meets a lonely deaf boy, Thomas, Sandra invites him to play and teaches her friends how to talk to Thomas with their fingers.