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Pacific Raven Press
A heartwarming story about what Grandmas are really for.
This is a valuable story that shows young children how to respect their grandmothers. Rather than casting grandmothers in a service role to fulfill the wishes and whims of the grandchildren, this story teaches appropriate expectations of young children and activities to look forward to and share with their grandmothers.
"Nana, what are Grandmas for? Because, Daddy says Grandmas are supposed to fold the laundry." "I'll do it because I love you, but...That's NOT What Grandmas Are For."