It’s a sad day on C Street. When Jenny’s grandmother dies everything changes. During the course of a week, she experiences many feelings. No religious or spiritual overtones are offered and this story can be utilized within any belief system.
A long time ago, in a little town in the desert, a bunch of kids lived on C Street. They weren’t perfect people, but they were perfectly wonderful kids. This is a story of their adventures.
This book has been scored using 7 readability formulas.
Reading Level: very easy to read.
Reader’s Age: 6-9 yrs. old.
There are 684 individual words including derivatives in this story.
Included is a list of every word in the book for reading practice.
Author’s Note: No matter if you have a religious faith, a more scientific approach, or prefer not to consider death at all, the truth is this: death changes us. Our worlds shift and morph into a new reality, one in which the one who passed away is not present. No matter who you are, I hope this story speaks to you.
As always, I wrote this book for my great-grandchildren, but you are welcome to read it, too.