Granny Gomez & Jigsaw
Granny’s a little lonely. So her little friend, William, thinks big. Really big. As in, a really big PIG named Jigsaw. Jigsaw is theperfect housemate — they eat watermelon and do puzzles together— but when beloved Jigsaw becomes much too big on the little stairs, Granny needs a big solution. How will they put all of the pieces together? A sweet tale of friendship, written by Deborah Underwood (The Quiet Book, The Loud Book, The Christmas Quiet Book).
"Colorful, cartoon-style illustrations ratchet up the laughs with comic details (such as Jigsaw and Granny facing off over the last slice of watermelon), but are equally endearing at other times. Jigsaw's floppy ears and lopsided grin are irresistible, as is Granny's spunk, in humorous contrast with her conventional, demure appearance (including a tidy gray bun)—further proof that friends can come in all kinds of packages." —School Library Journal
- Society of Illustrators The Original Art juried show acceptance