Release Date: October 2011
Print Length: 144
Grandkids Say the Cutest Things
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Karen O’Connor, author of the highly popular Getting’ Old Ain’t for Wimps (more than 260,000 copies sold) tunes into the hilarious, surprising, and sometimes insightful things that grandchildren say.
Funny quotes and vignettes celebrate the candid comedy that children bring to our lives. Among offerings provided by other grandparents, Karen shares personal stories and showcases themes for laughable moments:
- Paying Attention—there is happiness in the details
- Sweet Sayings—“ahh” moments that are good for the soul
- All About God—divine comedy and wisdom from the mouth of babes
- Pet Tales—kids and animals equal a barn-full of funny
- Good Question—wit and wonder abound
This reminder to remember the pure joy of families and grandkids is a great read and a super gift to mark any occasion with the tradition of loving and laughing.
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“It brings me great joy to let you know how much I love Grandkids Say the Cutest Things by Karen O'Connor. Every page I turn to puts a warm glow in my heart and a big smile on my face. It feels like I have my grandchildren right here with me. Each story epitomizes the joy and laughter that we experience from the unexpected comments of our grandchildren. In this world of uncertainty and chaos, reading this book brings joy, peace, laughter, and most of all love into our hearts. It brings back all of the happy memories that I've experienced as a grandma of three young boys. Anyone who reads this book is in for a joyful ride down memory lane.”
“Whether you're a grandparent or just enjoy the cute things kids say, you will love this new book from Karen O'Connor. A delightful read that will warm your heart and brighten your day!”
—Kathi Macias, writer and speaker
“Just wanted to let you know how much I have enjoyed the book by Karen O'Connor, Grandkids Say the Cutest Things. Being a grandmother of 9, I chuckled the whole way through. It brought back some great memories of things my own grandkids have said. What a precious book to give as a gift to a fellow grandma.”