38 Ways to Entertain Your Grandparents

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Annick Press, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 47 pages
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The essential home entertainment guide for kids and grandparents!

Sarah doesn't want her grandparents to get bored during their visit, so she and her brother and sister make sure they are always entertained with fun games, creative crafts, delicious food, and lots more!

This unique storybook contains -- you guessed it! -- 38 different fun-filled activities for children and adults to share. When the characters in the story do something really fun that you'd like to try, simple step-by-step instructions and recipes are right there, and each requires only easy-to-find, around-the-house objects.

You can approach this book any way you want. You can sit down and read it straight through as a story -- if you can resist the urge to jump up in the middle and make a delicious cucumber shark or maple syrup magic potion, that is! You can also read the book a chapter at a time, trying each activity as you go along. Or you can read the whole book and do all the activities in two days, just like Sarah and her grandparents.

Some of the easy, creative ways Sarah entertains her grandparents are:

  • Presto Puppets
  • Eat-Your-Words Pancakes
  • Monster Spray
  • Belly-Button Soup
  • Grandpa's Samurai Hat

A cookbook, craft book, and game book all wrapped up in an amusing story!

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About the author (2002)

Dette Hunter has three grandchildren, who have never let her be even a little bit bored! She has published three previous best-selling books of easy crafts and recipes for children and adults to make and is always coming up with new ideas! Dette lives in Toronto.

Deirdre Betteridge has illustrated many picture books for children, including Those Green Things and Mommy Works, Daddy Works. She also works as a graphic designer and art director, and has developed a line of Carlton Greeting Cards. Deirdre lives with her husband and two children outside Toronto.

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