Grandmother's Guide to Babysitting: Times-Have-Changed Practical Advice and Space for Important Information

Grandmother's Guide to Babysitting: Times-Have-Changed Practical Advice and Space for Important Information

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by Ruth Meyer Brown
     
 

"A Grandmother’s Guide to Babysitting" brings humor, experience, and practice to what to many new grandparents and family friends is a daunting prospect - taking care of children for more than a day. This book has it all: real adventures from the annals of your babysitting colleagues; advice on everything from what to pack, ideas for cooking and fun

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"A Grandmother’s Guide to Babysitting" brings humor, experience, and practice to what to many new grandparents and family friends is a daunting prospect - taking care of children for more than a day. This book has it all: real adventures from the annals of your babysitting colleagues; advice on everything from what to pack, ideas for cooking and fun activities; keeping track of daily and weekly routines; planning for and handling emergencies; and vital-for-future-reference forms at the end of every chapter for recording important names and numbers, housekeeping information, family rules, and more. Great for parents too!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781931868495
Publisher:
Capital Books, Incorporated
Publication date:
09/16/2003
Series:
Capital Ideas
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
5.60(w) x 8.60(h) x 0.50(d)

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Meet the Author

Ruth Meyer Brown is a retired school administrator and a teacher who specialized in learning disabilities and reading. She is a recognized babysitting expert, who has been featured in such publications as the Chicago Tribune, the Denver Post, Washington Woman, Senior Beacon, and on web sites like epregnancy.com, geoparent.com, and Grandkidsandme.com. She co-authored How to Organize Your Child and Save Your Sanity (1980, revised 1999) and Simplified Phonics (Learning Disabilities Association of America, 1998,). She writes a grandparent advice column,"AskNana," featured in Washington Woman. Ms. Brown lives in Vienna, Virginia and Melbourne Beach, Florida.

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