An extensive, imaginative and entertaining resource containing over 180 games and activities to enjoy with your grandchildren.
The 55+ age group in Australia counts for 24 per cent of the population and 56 per cent of the wealth (ABS). However, with greater wealth, better health and longevity comes increased responsibility to help out young families, especially when both parents have to work to make ends meet. Modern Grandparenting is a comforting, friendly and useful read for grandparents, especially those who are feeling bewildered about the options available to entertain children in today’s tech-dominated world. Grandparents play a vital role in their grandchildren’s lives.
Grandparenting can be joyous, but it can also be tricky, challenging and frequently chaotic. And there are no courses on becoming a grandparent. It just happens. One day you’re not a grandparent. The next day you are. However not every grandparenting experience is a bed of roses. Sometimes when you return home from a visit to the grandchildren, or when you close the door as the last grandchild disappears down the garden path, you can be left a shadow of your energetic, enthusiastic and independent self. This book will help you survive grandparenting. You can be a grandparent of the highest order yet.
About the Author
June Loves is a well-respected author who has written over 100 books, including non-fiction and fiction for children, reference books and academic publications, over the past 20 years. June’s combined career as a newspaper journalist, freelance writer, teacher-librarian and bookseller enable her to empathise, comfort and keep young and old writers on track. She is a mother of four and grandmother of 11 grandchildren and two great grandchildren, all of whom delight in spending time with her. She lives in coastal Victoria with her husband.
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 1st May 2014
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 23.0 x 15.4 x 1.8
Weight (kg): 0.51