Always Have Popsicles

Publisher: Beaufort Books

Always Have Popsicles is filled with ideas and thoughts about how to have the most fulfilling relationship with your grandchildren and enjoy every moment with them. Ms. Harvin includes bits of advice for every occasion: Teach them to set a proper table. Teach them to like bugs. Introduce them to a police officer in uniform. Let them help you cook. And the ideas continue, reminding you that time with your grandchildren is what's most important. And of course, always have popsicles.  

About Rebecca Harvin of Henderson, NC

Rebecca Harvin lives in Henderson, North Carolina, and is the proud grandmother to six grandchildren.

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Binding EAN ISBN-10 Pub Date PAGES Language Size Price
Paperback 9780825306822 0825306825 2012-05-01 202 English 0.00 x 6.20 x 4.90 in $12.95

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