There is no question that a relationship between a grandmother and grandchild is like no other. In Letters to Ellie, Grandma Bea Goode captures her granddaughters humorous and loving world and brings it to life through her eyes, ultimately sharing a poignant glimpse into their special bond.
Goode, who began journaling her experiences with her granddaughter when little Ellie Cat was just nine months old, shares details from her three-year journey as a loving observer while her granddaughter grew from a precious baby into a lively toddler. With the special attention of a grandmother, Goode narrates all Ellies firsts, including pulling herself up, rolling the ball, and even mistakenly drinking from the cats water dish. As Ellie grows and begins to explore the world around her, Goode describes what it is like to be a grandmother who revels in every shared moment with her granddaughter, no matter how big or small.
Letters to Ellie is a compilation of favorite memories penned by a grandmother to her granddaughter highlighting the treasured and often overlooked moments in life.