Here are more of GRAND Magazine’s top picks (click titles for more info or to order)
Chicken Soup for the Grandma’s Soul. By Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen and LeAnn Thieman
Chicken Soup for the Grandparent’s Soul. By Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Meladee McCarty & Hanoch McCarty
Connect with Your Grandkids: Fun Ways to [...]
Is Electronic Media Making Smarter Babies? Editor’s Note: If you keep up with technology, you’ve probably heard about BabyFirst, a new TV program for infants. If you haven’t you can check out the following article from the public relations firm representing BabyFirst. Our grandparent readers put safety first when it comes to their grand [...]
By Debra Karplus
Libraries have changed greatly over the past few decades. No longer are they sterile places that only have books to borrow and where one must sit in silence. When was the last time you heard a librarian say ‘shhhhh’ to a patron?
Many of [...]
The New Sexualized Childhood and What Parents Can Do to Protect Their Kids [book excerpt]
By Diane E. Levin, Ph.D., and Jean Kilbourne, Ed.D. Ballantine Books, 226 pages [purchase here]
Editor’s Note: This book offers so much important information for parents and grandparents that we will run excerpts over several issues of GRAND. We [...]
Thanks so much for considering my submission for the Kids’ Book Author of the Week at GrandMagazine. Pam Ehrenberg’s first young adult novel, Ethan, Suspended, has recently come out in paperback. “I am excited that so many grandparents and grandchildren have already begun to enjoy it together,” Ehrenberg says.
At its heart, the book is [...]
What If… you could win a copy of the newest Record-A-Story Book? Well, you could! Just enter GRAND’s giveaway and you might be one of the lucky readers who’ll win a copy of this heartwarming story. When you read Frank Boylan’s book If to a far-away grandchild, you’ll make the miles disappear every time the [...]
Joni Sensel writes books for young readers, but her novels all include an adult character who forges a strong relationship with the younger protagonist.
“I’m interested in the relationships that can develop between kids and adults who are not their parents or teachers,” she says. “I think it’s an interesting way to explore [...]