As we plan a holiday towards the end of the year that my kids are looking forward to the one thing they love the most about it, is going to visit their grandparents. It’s a few weeks of relaxing, pampering, and lots of delicious treats all day long!
And the best part is cuddling up on their beds and listening o tales of how mom was when she was young, and other such fun tales, that they can use later against me!
Grandma’s tales are always special! They have a fun element, a surprise twist, an unexpected ending and a moral to learn from. And not just the stories- the act of getting our grandmothers to spend more time with us, on the pretext of these stories, was a pure delight! And the bonding children share with grandparents is always unique and something that no science can explain!
Here is our curated list of the best anthology and picture books of grandma and grandpa’s tales that your kids will love reading!
Best Children’s Books On Grandparents
Grandma’s Tiny House
My Grandfather’s Stick
I Love You, Grandma
Last Stop On Market Street
Betsy Visits Her Grandparents
The Lines On Nana’s Face
How To Babysit A Grandad
Days With Thathu
Grandpa’s Orchard: And The Christmas Pie
My Grandma’s Bag Of Stories
Grandma & Me
Nani Ki Naav
Nani’s Walk To The Park
Nana In The City
A Gift For Nana
8 Years Above
Grandma! It’s Me!
Grandma Said… Child Listen
How I Taught My Grandmother To Read & Other Stories
Grandma’s Bag Of Stories
Thatha At School
The House With Chicken Legs
A Ceiling Made Of Eggshells
Just Like Jackie
Grandpa’s Great Escape
Our Nana Was A Nutcase (12 years & above)
Coming Soon On KSP Book Club!
Is your child a mini helping elf at the kitchen? Looking for ways to surprise you?
They will love this new cookbook by Shivesh Bhatia, one of India’s popular food bloggers! #ACookbookForSpecialDaysSpecialPeople is deciated to children to help them explore the art of cooking. Covering over 42 special dishes that you can make with your li’l ones!
Kidsstoppress is overjoyed to introduce your kids to the world of baking and creating yummy desserts through this book! From special interviews to contests- we have got lot of interesting activities coming up!
Stay tuned for the review of this book coming up next week on #KSPBookClub.
What Smart Moms Of Readers Do…
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Word Of The Week
Exaggerated or relating to meladroma
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What’s On Your Movie List This Weekend?
The weekend is here! Are you planning a fun getaway? or a day at the beach? or just a simple movie night? If the latter, we have the best 3 movies you can enjoy with your kids. There’s nothing more special than family time! By doing the simplest of things as watching movies, you are creating memories. And in this non-stop, ever-moving world… I think we shouldn’t waste even a second!
Starting this week, we will be bringing you movie recommendations for the entire family. New releases, old classics must watch or just movies we loved watching with our kids – you’re in for a treat!
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