A boy attends art classes at the museum where he learns that anything can be in an exhibition: toys, hair clips, guitars, water bottles. His teacher points to a painting and asks why the children think it should be in a museum. They reply that it is beautiful, different, tells a story, came from somewhere far away, makes people feel good, is funny, or is unique.
At home, the boy decides his grandmother should be in a museum for all those same reasons. Told that the museum does not accept grandmothers, he decides to create his own exhibition.
This picture book is designed for children ages 4 – 8. The creative text by Scott Menchin and the colorful illustrations by Harry Bliss turn into a tribute to both the power of the imagination to create all kinds of art and the love of family.