Study Guide

Granny and Grandpa in Belle Prater's Boy

By Ruth White

Granny and Grandpa

Woodrow and Gypsy's Granny and Grandpa are the kind of grandparents that exist only in Norman Rockwell paintings. They live right next door to Gypsy's family and are always hanging out with the kids. When they take in Woodrow, they give him everything he could ever want and shower him with love. They also impart some important lessons—like the fact that a person's looks shouldn't influence how you treat them, and that being kind is the most important thing you can do in life. What a nice duo.

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