My Summer With Gramps, by Ignatius Ryan, tells about a developing friendship between a 13 year-old boy and his grandfather. When this teen goes to spends each day one summer with his grandfather he learns so much than what was needed for his book report on "Death of a Salesman." The two talk about a wide variety of topics, including philosophy, politics, and history.
I love watching the new friendship grow between the boy and his grandfather. Plus the new words that the boy discovers, as well as the reader, means that his education is not limited to the classroom.
What a wonderful story. I am so glad I was given the opportunity to read, relish and review this book.
I was given this book by NetGalley and Createspace in exchange for my honest review.