I Really Want to See You, Grandma: (books for Grandparents, Gifts for Grandkids, Taro Gomi Book)

Taro Gomi (Author)


Yumi and her grandmother have the same great idea: They want to see each other. So they each head out to do just that, only to completely miss each other along the way! No problem--they'll just head back home and wait for the other to return. The trouble is that they have the same great idea--again--resulting in the ultimate missed connection! Will this duo ever find each other? Leave it to bestselling author-illustrator Taro Gomi to spin an action-packed story that sweetly, and humorously, celebrates the powerful grandparent-child bond.

Product Details

$16.99  $15.63
Chronicle Books
Publish Date
April 03, 2018
11.1 X 0.4 X 8.2 inches | 0.9 pounds
BISAC Categories:

Earn by promoting books

Earn money by sharing your favorite books through our Affiliate program.

Become an affiliate

About the Author

Taro Gomi is an internationally renowned author and illustrator who has created more than 400 books for readers of all ages, including the award-winning Over the Ocean and bestsellers Bus Stops, I Know Numbers!, My Friends, and Spring Is Here. He lives in Tokyo, Japan.


"A book of warmhearted mix-ups." -Kirkus Reviews
"Young readers will experience the pair's urgency, frustration, and joy as all's well that ends well. A perfect choice a to share on Grandparents' Day." -School Library Journal
"There's gentle comedy in the big, obvious gestures of the neighbors who help explain the situation to Yumi and Grandma. Unspoken, but also gratifying, is the idea of a place in which a small child can set out alone to see her Grandma in perfect safety."-Publishers Weekly
"Sweet and funny. another gem from picture-book master Gomi."-The Horn Book Magazine
"Absolutely delightful in it's simplicity."--Book Riot
"The humor of this trifling anecdote is uncannily pitched to 3- to 6-year-olds, and Gomi's witty one-dimensional illustrations drolly complement his storytelling." --The New York Times
"One of those books that we keep going back to over and over." --Illustoria