Read, read, read, and play. Reading to grandchildren is more than just a delightful playtime. It offers benefits to both generations. The act of grandparents reading to their grandchildren fosters

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My grandma was one of my favorite people. I never lived near her, so I didn’t see her every day, yet I think that made her even more special to

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If your answer is yes, then you will want to read Enjoy the Gift of Childhood! Imagine what life would be like if you started enjoying more of the moments

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BY KERRY BYRNE, PHD Grandparents spend a lot of money on books for grandchildren. When I first became an auntie, before I was a mother, I loved going to the

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Send a boosted book to your grandchild from a distance BY KERRY BYRNE, PHD Grandparents spend a lot of money on books for grandchildren. When I first became an auntie,

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How To Make A Book About Your Grandchild BY BARBARA SIMMONS As the stay-at-home guidelines eliminated all in-person contact with my 6 grandkids, I FaceTimed them to ask: How about

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RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER (a true account) BY EVELYN HORAN When he was young, life was difficult for Bob May. He  was often bullied by other boys, and at the time, he

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 I am rarely as happy as when I have a good book in which to get completely lost. Finding those little pockets of time in the day – or on

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 I’ve got it! The answer to the age old question: “What can I do with my grandchildren?” It’s different, fun and educational for both grandparents and grandchildren. All wrapped up

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Sage Advice from Soap Star Tina Sloan: Guiding Light of Health, Beauty, and Vitality By Christine Crosby   Tina Sloan, who played nurse Lillian Raines for 26 years on the daytime

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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

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Deb Caletti: The Secret Life of Prince Charming Quinn is surrounded by women with broken hearts. Between her mother, her aunt, and her grandmother, Quinn hears nothing but cautionary tales.

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Eleven-year-old Zoe feels invisible at school. That is, to everyone but the weird new kid, Lucas, who thinks Zoe is a code-reading genius. She reads a single cipher in his

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The best in children’s literature, selected by Jim Whiting. Scotti Cohn Scotti Cohn is a freelance writer and editor living in central Illinois. She is the author of six nonfiction

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2011 Top Award: The Baby Boomers’ Guide to Grandparenting: An Irreverent Look at the Next Big Step Nonstop humor, pop culture trivia quizzes and puzzles for boomer grands, the coolest

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The best in children’s literature, selected by Jim Whiting. Joe Garces I am a professional firefighter for the City of Oxnard in Southern California. I have been a firefighter since

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Loukoumi, the fluffy, cuddly lamb, returns this fall with Loukoumis Gift, the fourth title in the award winning series of illustrated books by Nick Katsoris for children 4-8. This iParenting

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The best in children’s literature, selected by Jim Whiting. SAUNDRA MITCHELL My book, Shadowed Summer, would be an ideal book for grandparents to share because it’s honest, but it’s not

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Violet Ambrose is grappling with two major issues: Jay Heaton and her morbid secret ability. While the sixteen-year-old is confused by her new feelings for her best friend since childhood,

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With the neighborhood witch out to get them, three friends will do just about anything to avoid her in The Pizza Gang: Facing the Witch. Trying to stay out of

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