by Kathy Izard
This feel-good story teaches children about homelessness and the power of one person to make a difference. Based on a true story told in the companion adult title, The Hundred Story Home, Grace meets a homeless “neighbor,” Mr. Coleman, while volunteering in a soup kitchen. When Grace finds out Mr. Coleman doesn’t have a bed, she knows she must do something. Grace begins selling lemonade to help build housing for Mr. Coleman and others who are homeless. With whimsical, colorful illustrations by Southern artist, Evelyn Henson, this story encourages readers of all ages to Dream Big and Do Good.