GrandLoving : Making Memories with Your Grandchildren

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Incorporating advice from more than 350 families nationwide, this guide offers specific tips for bonding with grandchildren, from babies to teens. Along with a completely revised resource section, this fifth edition features expanded sections on Skyping, texting, and social networkingFacebook, Flickr, MySpace, Twitter, and YouTube. Among the guide s hints are more than 225easy, low-cost, do-together, and long-distance activities such as ideas for successful visits, holidays, and family traditions. While primarily intended for use by grandparents, this sourcebook s strategies and suggestions can also help daycare providers, separated parents, extended family members, and teachers grow closer to the children in their lives."

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  • Paperback | 306 pages
  • 149.86 x 226.06 x 20.32mm | 521.63g
  • Heartstrings Press
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • 5th
  • colour illustrations
  • 0967534976
  • 9780967534978
  • 539,636

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" A grandparent classica well-rounded, practical, and complete resource! Suzy Martyn, author, " Enjoy the Ride: Tools, Tips, and Inspiration for the Most Common Parenting Challenges"

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About Sue Johnson

Sue Johnson is the founder of Gramma's Graphics, Inc. and the online resource, has served as a judge for the Mom s Choice Award, and volunteers her time and expertise to help battered women and children in Virginia. She lives in Lancaster, Virginia. Julie Carlson has been an editor since 1989 and currently freelances for the university presses at Harvard and Yale. Her developmental editing projects include "Green Intelligence "and "Habeas Corpus." She lives in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania. Elizabeth Bower has taught for eleven years, with experience in elementary students, mentoring new teachers, teaching prospective teachers at Loyola University Chicago, and supervising student teachers at Northwestern University. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee."

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