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Top Tips for New Grandparents - Practical Advice for First-Time Grandparents - cover

Top Tips for New Grandparents - Practical Advice for First-Time Grandparents

Louise Baty

Publisher: Summersdale

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Becoming a grandparent is one of life’s true joys, but your new role comes with a lot to think about! This handy book is packed with simple tips and advice, from bonding with the little ones to supporting the new parents, to guide you through those magical first steps with the newest members of your family.

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