This book shows us the process of the end of life and the beginning of another.
On the one hand, the girl’s gaze connects us with young people’s perception of older adults.
On the other hand, the look of the great-grandmother, real, sincere and direct, shows us her experience of aging, the successive losses she must face at the end of life, and the ever-present hope of continuing to live in peace.
Both views reflect a natural parallel between the emotionality and experiences of children and that of older adults. It hints at how the end of life makes us children again and allows us to share a world and similar love.
The book also transmits the message of respect for our elders, while the stories they share are treasures placed in words charged with a sense of belonging and identity.