Grandma doesn’t have gray hair, sit in her rocker and knit anymore.
Mauston, Wis. (Vocus/PRWEB) March 02, 2011
Who says grandmothers can’t be contemporary, outgoing and stylish?
Terry Clark and Kathy Pokorney certainly think they can. In their new book, Grandma and Me, Clark and Pokorney showcase an updated version of the grandmotherly image of the past.
Based on Clark’s experiences, the story focuses on a grandmother and her granddaughter enjoying time together while taking part in active, youthful activities.
“Grandma doesn’t have gray hair, sit in her rocker and knit anymore,” says Pokorney. “She’s very different from the grandmother of the past. Her looks have changed, and she’s more active and healthy.”
Illustrated by Joshua B. Johnson and told in rhyme, the message of Grandma and Me is clear: to embrace the joys and wonders of being a grandparent no matter your age.
“Being a grandmother is one of life’s greatest rewards,” Pokorney says. “And having a healthy, active relationship with your grandchildren just makes it that much better.”
Grandma and Me
By Terry Clark and Kathy Pokorney
Illustrated by Joshua B. Johnson
Approximately 15 pages
Retail price: $14.95
Available at Amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and grandma-me.com.
About the authors
Terry Clark and Kathy Pokorney are both vibrant grandmas living full and active lifestyles. They strongly felt a need for a book that breaks the stereotypical image of the gray haired, frumpy grandma of the past. Together, they have created the Grandma and Me series, portraying a grandma and her grandchildren enjoying life to the fullest by creating memories that last a lifetime. Clark and Pokorney reside in Mauston, Wis. and are currently working on their second book, Grandma and Me: A Day at the Zoo.
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