These Hands by Margaret H. Mason

In These Hands, a grandfather tells his grandson some of the things he used to be able to do with his hands while he teaches him how to tie his shoe, play a tune on the piano, hit a line drive and shuffle a deck of cards. He also tells him what his hands were not allowed to do; touch the bread dough at the Wonder Bread factory. His hands were only allowed to sweep the floor of the factory where he used to work. Margaret H. Mason tells a story of how many hands working for a common cause can make a difference in this inspiring picture book.


Sounds like a really great book!

Passing it on from generation to generation. Great.

What a nice concept!