As part of language development and appreciation, books, and stories introduced in a child's environment can encourage children to develop a love for language and reading. This idea was a learned concept via the author's Montessori educational training to be an AMI certified lead guide. The trainers encourage the guides to have books of different cultures and genres, which can be alternated for children to use as needed. The books should expose children to the stories, both the ones we tell and read. For reading choices, the images of the book should stimulate conversation and generate ideas. Grandma's Farm does this and more. The book is a culturally specific one that highlights aspects of the Liberian culture through the author's lens. Post-training, the author discovered limited, culturally specific texts that make it to the shelves of the environments we serve. Hence the idea of creating a series of writing from childhood experiences from her country of birth prompted this vision.