The Long Distance Grandmother: How to Stay Close to Distant Grandchildren

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Hartley & Marks, 1996 - Grandmothers - 272 pages
This popular guide to long-distance grandparenting is full of creative ideas for maintaining relationships with grandchildren. With suggestions on special ways to use the telephone, tapes, photographs, and inexpensive gifts, this revised edition shows how to devise stories for children of various ages, and offers tips on constructing a family chronicle. Photos & illustrations.

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Wassermann is a well-known educator and terrific grandmother.

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