A Shared Grandmother’s Journal by Marianne Waggoner Day


Writing prompts for a grandparent and grandchild to share stories, feelings, likes, dislikes, dreams, etc. 


  • Colorful pages
  • Easy to respond to prompt



I really love the idea. I think the prompt ideas were all great and it could be a great way to learn more about one another. However, as I think about it, I think I would have trouble finishing it. I can see myself starting off great and being excited about it but as life happens I can see it getting pushed to the bottom of things to do. I also think a grandparent would like this a lot more than a child. Though I loved the prompts, I think they are pretty similar to prompts kids are writing in school and I can see kids not being very excited for yet another writing assignment.

My copy of A Shared Grandmother’s Journal was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review


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