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That's What Grandmothers Are For Paperback – 1995


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"A treasure for grandmothers and grandchildren to share." -- Colorado Parent Magazine

"Poignant collection of poems that capture the warmth and tenderness a grandmother feels toward her grandchildren." -- Erica Peterson, Iowa Bedford Times Register

A real gem! The most wonderful grandmother book I ever read. -- Louise Connelly, grandmother of 20

About the Author

Arlene S. Uslander is the author of ten books and hundreds of articles, mostly about children. She is a retired elementary school teacher and a feature columnist who has won numerous awards for excellence in journalism.
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I am the author of 16 non-fiction books, am an award winning journalist, had my own column in Chicago newspaper for many years, and am a free-lance editor. I graduated from Senn High School in Chicago, and Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, have two sons, and four grandchildren. I lived in Chicago all my life until two years ago when my husband retired from Northwestern and we moved to Northern California. I love to write, edit, travel, eat at good restaurants, go to theater, spend time with good friends, and I love the ocean.

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