Coffee, Rabbit, Snowdrop, Lost.
isn't it strange that we are at our most vulnerable as a small child, and then again as we age and grow old. We lean on others to take care of us, because we are unable to do so for ourselves. Sometimes I don't think we give our grandparents enough credit— after all they are the people who raised the people who made us. I'm a big believer that we have so much to learn from that generation. This is a really sweet story about a grandpa who has lost interest in everything, and it is the child who first notices.
Stump always has a fantastic time with his grandparents, filled with flowers, puzzles, crosswords, and endless love. But one day, Stump's grandfather starts to lose his memory—and his words, which literally fall from him. Stump tries his best to keep the lost words safe, collecting them in a special box. But Grandpa seems to forget more and more everyday, and the situation comes to a head one snowy night when Stump wakes up to find Grandpa missing. Together, Stump and Grandma must find new ways to connect with Grandpa, and show him that he's not alone.