Grandparents Rock: The Grandparenting Guide for the Rock-N-Roll Generation

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Morgan James Publishing, Sep 1, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 198 pages
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Incredible as it may seem (at least to them!) the largest generation in American history is now grandparents. What's more, for Baby Boomers this transition has a completely different meaning than it's had for past generations. Through their grandchildren, Boomers are reconnecting with their youth rather than saying goodbye to it. And as Pat Burns reveals through scores of interviews with 21st century grandparents, they're finding exciting, truly imaginative ways of learning, growing, and having a ball with the newest members of their families.

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Pat Burns is an in-demand business consultant, popular keynote speaker and co-founder of the hugely successful Orange County Children's Book Festival which draws over 20,000 attendees in one day. Pat is a contributing editor for GRAND magazine, has written numerous articles on sales, marketing and management and has been featured in a wide variety of magazines. Grandparents Rock: The Grand parenting Guide for the Rock-n-Roll Generation is the beginning of a rock-n-roll generation grand parenting book series. Pat is a delightful and slightly wild woman whose chronological age (typical Baby Boomer) doesn?t even come close to her experiential age of 180!

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