- The Washington Times - Tuesday, May 2, 2000


"A Grandparent's Book: Answers to a Grandchild's Questions," by Milton Kamen, Berkley Publishing Group.
"Always Have Popsicles: The Handbook to Help You Be the Best Grandparent and Really Enjoy Your Grandchildren," by Rebecca Harvin, Rebecca Enterprises.
"A Grandparent's Memory Book: Did You Really Walk Five Miles to School?" by Teri Harrison, STA-Kris Inc.
"Blending Families: A Guide for Parents, Stepparents, Grandparents and Everyone Building a Successful New Family," by Elaine Fantle Shomberg, Berkley Publishing Group.
"The Complete Idiot's Guide to Grandparenting," by Walter R. Hartt, Wilbur Cross, Will Cross and Marilyn Hartt, Macmillan Publishing.
"Totally Cool Grandparenting: A Practical Handbook of Tips, Hints and Activities for the Modern Grandparent" by Leslie Linsley and Jon Aron, St. Martin's Press.
"Grandparent Power; How to Strengthen the Vital Connection Among Grandparents and Parents," by Arthur Kornhaber with Sondra Forsyth, Random House.
"The Grandparents Break the Rules: The No-Nonsense Guide for Today's Grandparents," by Susan M. Kettman, Facts on File Inc.

On line

Visit www.onow.com/excite/events/event4732/htmpl for tips and advice on grandparenting. People with grandparenting questions can enter live chats at certain times throughout the day and discuss issues with specialists.
www.seniors-site.com/grandpar/ offers a wealth of knowledge about being a grandparent. This site contains articles, links to other sites, book reviews on grandparenting handbooks and some fun stories shared between parents and grandparents.
Grand Times, an on-line grandparenting magazine site www.dnai.com/~mags/ grandparenting.html has several links, articles and other helpful connections.
The Grandparenting Organization www.grandparenting.org offers a site dedicated to helping you become a better, more understanding grandparent.

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