A Grandmother's Guide to Babysitting: Times-Have-Changed Practical Advice and Space for Important Information

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Capital Books, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 160 pages
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A Grandmother s Guide to Babysitting brings humor, experience, and practice to what to many new grandparents and family friends is a daunting prospect - taking care of children for more than a day. This book has it all: real adventures from the annals of your babysitting colleagues; advice on everything from what to pack, ideas for cooking and fun activities; keeping track of daily and weekly routines; planning for and handling emergencies; and vital-for-future-reference forms at the end of every chapter for recording important names and numbers, housekeeping information, family rules, and more. Great for parents too!"
 

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About the author (2003)

Ruth Meyer Brown is a retired school administrator and teacher who specialized in learning disabilities and reading. She co-authored a series of seven booklets entitled "How to Organize Your Child and Survive." She wrote the script and narrated the PBS special "Catching Sight of the World.

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