Norton Juster and Chris Raschka

“A Caldecott Medalist
This award-winning story by the author of the classic novel The Phantom Tollbooth is a love letter to the special bond between grandparents and grandchildren.

The kitchen window at Nanna and Poppy’s house is a magical portal for one little girl. Everything significant happens near, through, or beyond it. This little girl’s world will soon become larger and more complex but never more enchanting or deeply felt. Her story is both a journey of discovery and a celebration of the everyday wonders that define childhood, and it is expressed as a joyful fusion of text with evocative and exuberant art, which won the highest honor in children’s book illustration. In 2006.”