More Inspirational Books for Grandparents
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What Keeps Me Standing: Letters from Black Grandmothers on Peace, Hope and Inspiration by Dennis Kimbro
Over a period of five years, Dennis Kimbro contacted one thousand grandmothers--women from a wide range of backgrounds and locations--asking, "If you had to write a one page letter to your children or the next generation, what would you tell them about life?" ~From the publisher
At the very least, Kimbro’s collection of letters from Black grandmothers will captivate you. The lessons these women want to share with their grandchildren, the wisdom they have gathered through their struggles and triumphs, the love and support they offer through the words they write—all prove the importance of grandparents in a child’s life. At the very best, you’ll be motivated to write a letter to your own grandchildren. The inspirational letters in Kimbro’s book show the value of putting your heart on paper. Order a copy today.
Eye of My Heart: 27 Writers Reveal the Hidden Pleasures and Perils of Being a Grandmother by Barbara Graham
Barbara Graham shares 27 essays that explore the writers' roles as grandmother. You'll recognize the joy and pain described in each chapter, and realize how many ways “being a grandmother” can be done. The essays examine the secrets of what makes the role of grandparent so special, giving insight into both the complexities of the relationship with our children, and the simplicity of the relationship with our grandchildren. Order a copy today.