The War with Grandma

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The War with Grandma

Robert Kimmel Smith, Ann Dee Ellis

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Don't miss the laugh-out-loud companion to the classic, The War with Grandpa--now a major motion picture--about a girl who must face off against her grandma or risk losing the biggest competition of summer.

Meg is excited when she hears the Centennial Strawberry Days Celebration is holding a competition for kids. The winner will be crowned the official Strawberry Days Ambassador and get a pair of electric bikes! Meg knows with Dad as her partner, there's no way she can lose.

But Meg's strawberry dreams turn sour when Dad can't participate and, worse, he's already invited Grandma Sally to replace him. Without even asking Meg! Grandma likes to play by her own rules and Meg realizes her chances at winning are at an all-time low.

For Meg this means war! Only, Grandma is tougher than she looks and willing to give as good as she gets. As the competition begins, it becomes clear that Meg's summer will have the most epic showdown ever.


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Robert Kimmel Smith:
Robert Kimmel Smith was an award-winning author who has written several popular books for children, including Chocolate Fever, The War with Grandpa and its companion novel The War with Grandma, Bobby Baseball, Jelly Belly, Mostly Michael, and The Squeaky Wheel.

Ann Dee Ellis teaches as an adjunct creative writing instructor at Brigham Young University and has taught at various writing conferences. She lives in the foothills of Utah and, when she's not writing, she's hanging around with her husband and five energetic children. She is the author of You May Already Be a Winner and the co-author of The War with Grandma.|||Robert Kimmel Smith was an award-winning author who has written several popular books for children, including Chocolate Fever, The War with Grandpa and its companion novel The War with Grandma, Bobby Baseball, Jelly Belly, Mostly Michael, and The Squeaky Wheel.

Ann Dee Ellis teaches as an adjunct creative writing instructor at Brigham Young University and has taught at various writing conferences. She lives in the foothills of Utah and, when she's not writing, she's hanging around with her husband and five energetic children. She is the author of You May Already Be a Winner and the co-author of The War with Grandma.

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