Walter Grady Goes Above Ground: Book one in the adventures of Walter Grady series

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Walter Grady Goes Above Ground: Book one in the adventures of Walter Grady series

By: Carmen DaCunha


About the Book

Walter Grady Goes Above Ground is a light-hearted tale about essentially overcoming loneliness… how we must come above ground and interact with others, even when it seems daunting. Walter Grady is a loveable and wise woodchuck looking for a friend.

About the Author

Carmen DaCunha is a native Rhode Islander. She has been a registered nurse for almost 25 years, specializing in hospice care. DaCunha has been married for 36 years, is a mother of two boys, and just had her first grandchild.

DaCunha was inspired to write children’s stories while on hiatus from nursing and renovating an old farmhouse. She was captivated by a woodchuck living on the property.

DaCunha lives in Rhode Island with her husband, two rescue dogs, and many woodland creatures.


(2023, hardback, 30 pages)

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  • 5
    A Must for your little ones!

    Posted by Paula on Aug 4th 2023

    Walter Grady is an adorably-illustrated woodchuck, and the loveable protagonist of this delightful little story about companionship. I highly recommend sharing this sweet lesson on friendship with the little ones in your life, and look forward to book Two in the series!

  • 5
    Walter Grady Goes Above Ground

    Posted by Deb Daley on Jul 13th 2023

    This book is adorable!! Having been a daycare provider for 27 years. I know how much kids love a picture book such as this. I look forward to the next adventure.

  • 5
    A lovely woodland tale!

    Posted by Jessica on Jul 7th 2023

    What a sweet book that helps you learn about animals and the nature of friendship. I can't wait to see what other adventures Walter goes on. I love the nostalgic illustrations. Seems like it could be an old classic!