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Dear Grandad

Dear Grandad

Book rating: 05 Hardback Journals of a Lifetime

By (author) from you to me

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  • Publisher: from you to me Limited
  • Format: Hardback | 128 pages
  • Dimensions: 146mm x 222mm x 26mm | 300g
  • Publication date: 1 March 2012
  • Publication City/Country: Bath
  • ISBN 10: 1907048472
  • ISBN 13: 9781907048470
  • Sales rank: 9,280

Product description

Have you ever wondered what your Father was like as a child? Intrigued to know about how your grand-parents met? Do you wonder what school life was like for your Mum? These are questions that lead to precious answers. Award-winning 'from you to me' Journals of a Lifetime gift range is made up of beautifully designed hard back journals - the perfect gift for every loved-one, for every occasion. Available in Dear Dad, Dear Mum, Dear Grandma, Dear Grandad, Dear Son, Dear Daughter, Dear Sister, Dear Brother, and Dear Friend. We all have our own story to tell. Each 'from you to me' gift journal contains around 60 fun and inspiring questions carefully designed to inspire your family to enjoy telling their story - to help you to find out amazing things about them.

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from you to me are the creators of 'Gifts that touch lives' ... Gifts that preserve priceless memories and stories ... Gifts to pass on. Based in the south-west of England, from you to me publish a range of beautiful journals for every loved one, special occasions and many hobbies and interests.

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By Stephanie 25 Oct 2014 5

I bought this book for my husband's Grandad last year. He absolutely loved it and kept telling us how thoughtful it was and how he couldn't wait to fill it out.
The book contains lots of different questions with plenty of space to answer them.
Questions such as "Where did you meet my Grandmother?", "What was my mother/father like when they were young?" and "What did you think of me when you saw me for the first time?" are all questions I can't wait to see the answers to.
I only wish i had found these sooner and given one to my own Grandpa before he passed!