In My Grandfather Had One Coat: poems, writing and art by young Brooklyn writers from Phat Phun Tuesdays Poetry Workshops, editor Angeli R. Rasbury gathers work by children and teens as young as six into a poignant collection of prose and poetry. Color photographs of original art by the writers accompany each work. The pairings offer glimpses into the writers' voices, lives, and personalities. In allowing the words of young people from various Brooklyn neighborhoods to shine through, without polishing or pushing, Angeli R. Rasbury, a lawyer, writer, and artist, who works with youth and provides opportunities for children as young as six and teens to express themselves through words and art, has succeeded in compiling one of the brightest collections out there today. There are some poetic turns of phrases, some humor and big imaginations. While the poems are triumphant in their originality, the book is elevated by the inclusion of the art. My Grandfather Had One Coat will bring a smile to all who take time to read the writing and experience the art. Young writers who attend Phat Phun Tuesdays Poetry Workshops contributed the words and art. They are Aliah Gilkes-Richardson, Ahmad Moore, Talaia Regist, Tayon Regist, Tema Regist, Tristan Regist, Najaya Royal, Eva Taylor, Ardelle Stowe and Keanu Stowe.