By Todd Tarpley
Illustrated by Danny Chatzikonstantinou
Ethan’s grandmother is far from normal. She takes him on a zip line to school, jumps down from the ceiling during show-and-tell, and teaches his friends karate moves. She can even do flips upside-down in slow motion because she’s a ninja! As cool as it is to have a ninja grandmother, it has its downsides too. When Ethan’s grandma pops the soccer ball at his team’s practice, everyone is upset, including Ethan. For once, he wishes for a normal grandmother. The big soccer game comes and Ethan realizes that all the cool stuff his grandma taught him can help him win the game!
Cute and very silly, My Grandma’s a Ninja is a fun read for the fan of ninjas, sports, and anyone with that unusual family member that just MIGHT be a ninja. It helps teach children about unconditional love through humor and a story they’ll want to read over and over.
Recommended for ages 4-8.