Grandma Rules: Notes on Grandmotherhood, the World's Best Job

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Skyhorse Publishing Inc., 2009 - FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - 141 pages
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A response to all those nauseating grandmother books with flowers and cute, cuddly puppies on their covers, Grandma Rules is a funny and charming book for grandmas of every age who realize that after all the work they put into their own kids, they can now take a break and have fun with their grandkids. If forty is the new thirty, then grandmas are better looking, more successful, and more interesting than ever before. Why shouldn't they get the most out of every facet of their life?including grandmother-hood? The hilarious follow-up to her husband Mike?s Grandpa Rules, Grandma Rules begins where its predecessor left off, with humorous anecdotes about the joys and occasional difficulties of being a grandma. Written in a lighthearted, irreverent tone, with twenty smart and funny illustrations, Grandma Rules is the perfect gift for the greatest grand-mothers you know?be it for Mother's Day, her birthday, the birth of a grandchild, or just for a grandma to read and enjoy while in line at the yarn store.

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About the author (2009)

Jill Milligan is an actress and comedian who lives in West Hills, California, which is a tortuous five-hour drive from her four grandchildren. She would like to thank every gas station and burger joint along CA Route 99 for the food, coffee, and bathroom facilities.

Michael Milligan has been a comedy writer for more than thirty years, with credits including Good Times, Maude, All in the Family, The Jeffersons, and Dear John.

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