When Rhondy's grandmother is sad after learning that they must find another place to live, Rhondy reminds her that they will still have what is most important--each other.
Family Relationships; Family member death; Kinship care; Poverty; death of a parent; grandparent raising grandchildren; grandmother raising granddaughter; financial hardship
Black (African American)
Coretta Scott King Book Award, 1981, Honor Book, Illustrator
Children's Catalog, Eighteenth Edition, 2001
home; joy; love; moving; sadness; rent; pebble; gifts
Greenfield, Eloise, "Grandmama's Joy" (1999). Diverse Families. 1880.