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Generation G: Advice for Savvy Grandmothers Who Will Never Go Gray

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Advice from the heart of a rather hip and savvy Baby Boomer grandmother offers insight for grandmothering in the twenty-first century.  

The rules for grandmothers have changed. The new silver generation is savvy and sophisticated-managing businesses, working out with a personal trainer, and traveling to exotic locations. But what about their care and nurturing of the next
Paperback, 210 pages
Published March 11th 2008 by Thomas Nelson
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Oct 11, 2016 Carolyn Vandine west rated it it was amazing
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This book is full of kind advise for grandmas including how to pick your special name. Don't miss this little goodie a wonderful gift for yourself or a granny to be.
Cathy Bryant
Jan 13, 2009 Cathy Bryant rated it really liked it
This wonderful book, Generation G: Advice For Savvy Grandmothers Who Will Never Go Gray by Marty Norman, is about the wonderful opportunity of being a GRANDmother.

Generation G covers many topics facing grandmothers today, such as: dealing with aging, choosing the name our grandchildren will call us, creating new family traditions to meet the changing times, learning how to be a support system for our children and grandchildren, the importance of listening, passing on a legacy, and much, much mor
Oct 11, 2010 IrenesBookReviews rated it really liked it
The subtitle of this book, Advice For Savvy Grandmothers Who Will Never Go Gray, gives you an idea of the humor you will find throughout its pages.

Each chapter has a verse under its title and relates to the principle she is explaining in that chapter. She gives just enough personal stories as examples that by the end of the book you feel like she is a lifelong friend.

The chapters are written in a friendly non-judgmental manner. It is easy to read and follow. At the next baby shower bring this bo
Dec 27, 2008 Michelle rated it really liked it
This was a pretty good book for non-fiction. It makes me look forward to being a grandmother some day. There were a lot of cute stories and snippets from the author's life experiences in this book. Also, it reads a lot like a devotional with each chapter being only a few pages long. The book is very reader-friendly.
May 20, 2016 Pamela rated it liked it
This book was a very quick, light read with one woman's perspective on being a Grandmother. It was "nice" :)
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