Grammie in A Story of Friendship: PB & J Without the J
Little Shelby has been having a hard time at school
making friends, and when she comes home one day
and doesn’t even want her favorite sandwich, PB & J
without the J, her Grammie knows something is wrong.
Turning to prayer, God gives Grammie the perfect
verse: Proverbs 18:24, “A man [who has] friends
must himself be friendly, But there is a friend [who]
sticks closer than a brother.” From this wise scripture,
Shelby begins to learn not only what it means to be a
friend, but also that even when she is lonely, she has a
perfect friend in Jesus right by her side.
About the Author
Cheryl “Grammie” Jones spent more than 18 years teaching
kindergarten and pre-school children. Her children’s stories
come from her many years in the classroom where most
were developed to teach and train children much as Jesus
taught through parables. The birth of her grandchild was
the catalyst for her first book; "Grammie in A Story of Friendship:
PB & J without the J". Initially, she wanted to creatively leave
a legacy of foundational faith for her grand-daughter and all
of her future grand-children; now her modern day parables
are on paper for everyone to enjoy.