"A sweet funny story about not losing your temper and practicing kindness, just like Clovis' granny." Recommended by Julie— From Books We Love for Little Ones
Clovis used to struggle with his temper, but ever since he took over his late grandmother’s china shop, he’s been learning how to manage it. He pours tea, listens to soothing music, and always keeps Granny’s words in mind: “Grace, grace, nothing broken to replace.”
But when rivals from his football days come to heckle him at the shop, Clovis faces a big challenge that even Granny’s words and deep breaths might not be enough for.
Readers will fall in love with Clovis’s gentle soul in this heartwarming and entertaining story about finding inner peace and second chances.
About the Author
Katelyn Aronson loves tea parties and has a beloved teacup from her own grandmother that she treasures just as much as Clovis does. As well as authoring children’s books, she works as an instructor of French and English, and is completing an MA in English/French translation through La Sorbonne University, Paris. She currently lives in both the Jura mountain region of France and near Lake Geneva in Switzerland.
Eve Farb currently works as both an illustrator and a psychologist. She has a passion for design and Russian fairy tales, and has illustrated multiple books published in Russia, where she is from and lives with her husband and her cat.