- 40 pages
- Premium Color
- 7.0 x 10.0 inches
- Early Childhood (under 7 yrs old)
- eBook (epub, pdf)
- 978-1-5255-2852-1 eBook
- 978-1-5255-2851-4 Paperback
- 978-1-5255-2850-7 Hardcover
- Juvenile Fiction, Family, Marriage & Divorce
- Juvenile Fiction, Social Issues, Emotions & Feelings
- Juvenile Fiction, Family
Children of divorce, Divorce, Family breakup, Kohkom, Nonni, Oma and Opa, Belonging
Grandma Do I Have a Home
Linda L Cornish
This book blossomed from a teaching moment when a little one asked, “Grandma, do I have a home?” As a grandmother wanting to put a child’s mind at ease, this story was created. The story is about a young child named Blake who has always lived with Mom and Dad. Blake becomes troubled when his parent’s divorce leaves him worrying about what happens when his parents do not live in the same house.
As you hold this book, I hope you recognize the comfort, the security, and the love that Blake comes to realize as he learns his life is full of many homes, each holding a special place for him.
I grew up in Dawson Creek, a small farming community in northern British Columbia, Canada. I later moved to Edmonton, Alberta, to be closer to my two daughters and their families. My days are filled with fun working as an Education Assistant helping children achieve their full potential. When I am not at school I am lost in a world of writing poetry and lyrics, and when I am very lucky, I am spending time with my amazing grandchildren.
My philosophy is that children should be encouraged to believe in themselves. They are amazing young people who do see, hear, and care, and they deserve to be listened to and protected. Children are the world's precious gifts.
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