Publisher description for The hatwearer's lesson / Yolanda Joe.

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Grandma Ollie and her granddaughter Terri have been together since Terri's mom passed away in Grandma Ollie's arms, giving birth. Born with an extraordinary sixth sense, Grandma Ollie knows just when things are going to happen, good and bad. So when her pen runs out the day she goes to enter Terri's engagement into her bible, Grandma Ollie knows something's wrong with her granddaughter, now a prominent attorney living up North. Terri, however, won't listen to Grandma Ollie's concerns. She has a great career, a successful man in her life, and feels like her small town roots are finally far behind her-she's going places and not looking back. But Grandma Ollie is never wrong...

With The Hatwearer's Lesson, the bestselling author of He Say, She Say; Bebe's By Golly Wow; and This Just In gifts us with a heartwarming and high-spirited novel about the lessons life teaches us, the rich histories families share-whether they wear hats or don't-and the memories we carry with us all our lives.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
African American families -- Fiction.
African American women -- Fiction.
Grandparent and child -- Fiction.
Women lawyers -- Fiction.
Grandmothers -- Fiction.
Arkansas -- Fiction.