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With A New Epilogue by editor Barbara Graham
In this groundbreaking collection, twenty-seven smart, gutsy writers explode the cliches and tell the real stories about what it's like to be a grandmother in today's world. Among the contributors:
“Spry and unsentimental. . . . Truth telling with dollops of love.”
“So many different perspectives and vantage points are woven seamlessly that no matter what their personal relationship to the word ‘grandmother’ is, readers will find much to make them laugh out loud—and also to break their hearts.”
-Christian Science Monitor
“Insightful and candid, sometimes painfully so. . . . Women who have achieved grandmotherly status will appreciate this engaging, honest volume of essays by 26 writers who articulate shared emotions about their grandchildren.”
“In illuminating, unsentimental essays, 27 writers offer up insights on the tricky art of grandmothering.”