Grandparents, Grandchildren: The Vital Connection
Transaction Publishers, 1981 - Family & Relationships - 279 pages
In an age when mounting economic and social pressures make it increasingly easier to split a family than to sustain one, the authors alert us to a forgotten source of family strength, the power of grandparents to enrich the lives as a whole.
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