This is the time to share our beliefs, before worldly attitudes, behaviors and consequences swoop in to influence their thoughts and values.
CLEVELAND (PRWEB) November 21, 2013
83 percent of people agreed that Christmas is about spending time with family and friends, eauk.org, in a survey conducted by ComRes, Inc.
Waneta Worstine has written her first children’s picture book, “Grandma’s Yarn,” to help bring the family together during the holidays, especially Christmas.
“Children are only small and impressionable for such a short period of time,” Worstine said. “This is the time to share our beliefs, before worldly attitudes, behaviors and consequences swoop in to influence their thoughts and values.”
This new picture book was written to help share intimate moments, enjoy one another’s company and to help escape the struggles and distractions of everyday life.
“’Grandma’s Yarn’ is a tribute to the memory of my parents, who were instrumental in teaching me the importance of building up family relationships and a strong family support system,” Worstine said.
By: Waneta Worstine
Retail price: $16.95
Available in paperback and e-book.
About the author
Waneta Worstine received her Bachelor’s degree from Bluffton University, Ohio and her Master’s degree from University of Findlay, Ohio. She enjoys being a pianist for the Arlington United Methodist Church. Worstine is a retired intervention specialist, teaching students with special needs at Findlay City Schools. She is a loving wife, mother of 3 children and 8 grandchildren.