Dr. Ruth Talks about Grandparents: Advice for Kids on Making the Most of a Special Relationship

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Farrar Straus Giroux, 1997 - Family & Relationships - 104 pages
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Deprived of both her parents and her grandparents at the age of ten, Dr. Ruth K. Westheimer has spent most of her life forging solid relationships and teaching others to do the same. Dr. Ruth knows that kids often don't recognize the value of grandparents and aren't always sure how to treat them. In her warm, forthright manner, she discusses the many ways in which grandparents can enrich children's lives and suggests how kids can help out in return and show appreciation. As for those who don't have grandparents, Dr. Ruth tells them how to get some! Dr. Ruth's words of wisdom are joyfully complemented by Tracey Campbell Pearson's lively drawings.

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DR. RUTH TALKS ABOUT GRANDPARENTS

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In a book subtitled ``Advice for Kids on Making the Most of a Special Relationship,'' Dr. Ruth dispenses more of her uniquely practical advice, this time on ``how to make the love between you and your ... Read full review

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About the author (1997)

Dr. Ruth K. Westheimer is an adjunct professor at New York University, and she has taught at Columbia University, Adelphi University, and West Point.

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