Grandmother Remembers: A Written Heirloom for My Grandchild

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Stewart, Tabori & Chang, Dec 19, 2011 - Literary Criticism - 64 pages
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This charming album offers an appealing and accessible means for grandmothers to record family history, important events, and favorite anecdotes for their grandchildren. The lovingly illustrated four-color pages include places to write down favorite recipes, unforgettable family celebrations and traditions, and other memories that every grandmother loves to pass down. Inspirational poems and intriguing questions invite grandmothers to share fascinating facts about their lives, including stories about childhood, marriage, their own children, and their perceptions of life today. Although this is a grandmothers' book, there are pages for grandfathers to record their thoughts, too. A wonderful family heirloom, Grandmother Remembers is as lovely and relevant today as it was when it was first published twenty years ago. This classic keepsake book has sold 1.6 million copies. Smartly designed colorful pages are perfect for recording family history and other grandmother's memories. The perfect gift for grandmothers everywhere.

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User Review  - quaintlittlehead - LibraryThing

This is the counterpart book to "Grandfather Remembers," and offers children the opportunity to hear a grandmother's perspective on her growing up, family-rearing, advances in society, and other ... Read full review

Xmas present for Granny

User Review  - sherri1230 - Overstock.com

The pages are thick and the print is high quality. My grandmother loved it and she had no problems reading it because the font is a decent size, but doesn't scream "Hello, I bought this for you because I think you're blind". A great x-mas gift for sure. It was a hit. ... Read full review

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JUDITH LEVY is a freelance writer living in Florida.

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