Every year the kids go to Nan Nan's house. They go sledding, play games, and bake cookies. Nan Nan makes the best cookies! One year they go to see Nan Nan but she isn't there. They look and look but they cannot find her. The kids find a unique way to remember someone they love long after they are gone.
"What a lovely story. Sharing and overcoming loss."
"Beautiful and touching story about remembering the loss of a loved one. I love the illustrations too."
Praise for Katie Gets Her Spots
5-Star Must Read
A journey of self-discovery and an interesting mode of introducing children to new vocabulary.
...Undoubtedly it's a treasure for children who wish to learn some new words in a fun way. Recommended for both children and parents who love reading aloud stories to their children.
S. Bose (Reedsy Reviewer)
Deborah Albers is a social responsibility expert and has traveled the world teaching and speaking. Deborah is a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI). Her first book was published in 2021.
Through the Paul and Deborah Albers Foundation, she and her husband have supported many charities that served as an inspiration for her books. She lives with her husband in Austin Texas. Her two daughters, and three grandchildren are never far away.