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What Happens at Grandma's Stays at Grandma's: Stories That Celebrate the Joy and Chaos of Grandparenting

What Happens at Grandma's Stays at Grandma's: Stories That Celebrate the Joy and Chaos of Grandparenting

by Lori Borgman

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The Best Memories Are Made in Everyday Moments

Nationally syndicated newspaper columnist Lori Borgman has adored being a grandmother from the day her first grandbaby was born. Through each memorable moment—from misadventures in missing teeth to being asked innocent questions like, “Were you alive when Aesop wrote those fables?”—her love for grandchildren and grandparenting has only grown.

In What Happens at Grandma’s Stays at Grandma’s, Lori shares tender and amusing vignettes that will swell your heart, tickle your funnybone, and leave you smiling. She treasures each second of joy and chaos that her family creates and encourages you to do the same. This book will help you…
  • Appreciate the unique gifts of the important people—young or grown—in your life
  • Take a break from the day’s busyness to savor the little things
  • Find a silver lining in even the silliest of situations
These uplifting stories and reflections, told with Lori’s signature wit and warmth, will remind you to cherish every delight life has to offer, no matter how small.

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ISBN-13: 9780736983419
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Publication date: 03/16/2021
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 208
Sales rank: 1,083,420
File size: 3 MB
Age Range: 3 Months to 18 Years

About the Author

Lori Borgman is a newspaper columnist, author, and speaker. Her column is distributed to more than 400 newspapers and media outlets throughout the United States and Canada. She is also the author of the popular essay, “The Death of Common Sense.” Lori and her husband live in Indianapolis. They have three grown married children and eleven grandchildren.

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