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Grandma's Memories of Growing Up: A Keepsake Record Book
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Grandma's Memories of Growing Up: A Keepsake Record Book

by The Saturday Evening Post (Illustrator)
 

In this keepsake memory journal, nostalgic images of friends at play and small town charm from The Saturday Evening Post inspire a grandmother's recollections of childhood joys and family traditions. Fill-in questions welcome a woman to a sweet journey through a special season of her life:

  • Which three words best describe your personality as a

Overview

In this keepsake memory journal, nostalgic images of friends at play and small town charm from The Saturday Evening Post inspire a grandmother's recollections of childhood joys and family traditions. Fill-in questions welcome a woman to a sweet journey through a special season of her life:

  • Which three words best describe your personality as a girl?
  • What significant events in history were going on during the years you were young?
  • What was the conversation about at your childhood dinner table?

Once completed, grandmas will have a treasure trove of stories, hopes, and childhood tales to give to and discuss with their grandchildren. It will spark great conversations and connections between generations and will illuminate the ultimate gift of sharing one's life with those they love.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780736929820
Publisher:
Harvest House Publishers
Publication date:
02/01/2011
Pages:
48
Product dimensions:
7.90(w) x 9.60(h) x 0.40(d)

Meet the Author

Fabulous artwork from the pages of The Saturday Evening Post are featured in Grandma's Memories of Growing Up and Grandpa's Memories of Growing Up. The Post began nearly 300 years ago as Benjamin Franklin's Pennsylvania Gazette, underwent a name change In 1821 to become The Saturday Evening Post, and is now considered "America's Magazine."

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