This is a book to fill in and share with your grandparents. Write, draw and store your favourite memories of you and your grandparents in this beautiful picture book. It is a celebration of the special relationship between grandparents and grandchildren.
Store photographs, postcards and other special memorabilia in the pouch at the back of the book. Write down some favourite memories or shared experiences. Draw pictures in the provided spaces to tell your grandparents just how special they are.
Features a gorgeous cloth spine, and a removable card and envelope with the delightful artwork of Jedda Robaard. Kids can complete the card and the book for the perfect gift for their grandparents.
Jedda Robaard is a Melbourne-based illustrator and graphic designer. Jedda is the director of a successful art school for children, and continues to use her own children, chickens and guinea pigs as inspiration in her illustrations.
Other books by Jedda Robaard:
*Publish date*: April 2014 When David wants something, he wants it right away. So when David sees his friend Payton's Superman, he borrows it. Well, he sort of borrows it. He borrows it without asking. In fact, David has a secret treasure chest of things he's borrowed without asking. But when someone takes David's prize possession — his bumblebee bike — he realizes how borrowing without asking makes other people feel, and sets out to make things right. A Note to Parents and Caregivers by Mary Lamia, PhD, provides more... More info
Alley Oops relates the painful and embarrassing aftermath of name-calling and bullying from the novel perspective of the bully. J.J. Jax has been tormenting an overweight boy named Patrick, calling him Pig-Pen and Porky, and now Patrick is afraid to go to school. When Mr. Jax finds out, he tells J.J. a story about when he was a bully, and how sorry he feels now. He explains about the two dogs inside us, one bad and one good, that fight all the time. “Which dog wins?” J.J. asks. “The... More info
What do young superheroes do when they’ve blundered and bungled? They don’t get mad; they get SMART! This fun follow-up to Even Superheroes Have Bad Days teaches kids another humorous lesson in overcoming adversity. Even superheroes sometimes slip up and err. And when that happens, do they say, “It’s not FAIR?” or give up in despair? NO! “Ashamed Superheroes who goofed up somehow . . . First STOP . . . then CONSIDER what’s best to do now.” Whether they’ve nabbed the wrong guy by mistake or bashed into... More info