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One of the richest, most precious relationships a child has is with his or her grandmother. Kids know that grandmas are fun, they give the best hugs, and they make yummy treats! And now, Grandmother's Book of Promises gives boys and girls even more exciting reasons to look forward to special times with Grandma! Best of all, this beautiful, rhyming gift book gives you countless chances to articulate the promises grandmothers make in their hearts but often don't find opportunities to express to the grandchildren they adore--esteem-building promises like "I will always love you" and "I'll be your biggest fan!" Nurture and celebrate your relationship with your beloved grandchild as together you read and re-read--then joyfully live out--a devoted grandma rabbit's fun-filled, love-inspired book of promises.
Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 48 Vendor: Random House, Inc Publication Date: 2000
Dimensions: 8.50 X 8.50 (inches) ISBN: 157856221X ISBN-13: 9781578562213 Availability: Usually ships in 24-48 hours.
Affirming the relationship between grandmother and child, this rhyming giftbook gives grandmas the opportunity to make and keep fun-filled promises to their beloved grandchildren.
Karen Hill, grandmother of Shelby and another on the way, is also assistant to Max Lucado (Oak Hills Church of Christ). She is the author of My Faith Journal, My Prayer Journal, and Grandmother's Wonderful Wisdom. Karen and her husband, Art, have three children and live in Texas.
David Austin Clar is from Rochester, New York, in the beautiful Finger Lakes Area of Central New York, "where the Native Americans believed God was so proud of his creation, he pressed his giant hand into the land to sign his work." Dave is a graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology and lives with his wife and three children, happily drawing and painting children's books and listening to jazz all day and into the night. He thinks a lot of grandparents will enjoy the many fun ways these two bunny rabbits spend their days.