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Grandparent Journals and Logitech Webcam Review & Giveaway!

Bluestreak Books sent me these great books AND is providing a prize pack for one of my lucky readers

My grandchildren are always asking questions about “the olden days,” so when I was offered the opportunity to review these beautiful hardbound Grandmother’s and Grandfather’s Journals I said heck yes!

Grandparent Journals and Logitech Webcam Review & Giveaway!

These books are very nice quality with beautiful graphics. I love how the questions start with grandma’s childhood and continue through each stage of life. The questions are thoughtful, and ask things like what were their hopes and dreams. These books will become a priceless family treasure, filled with personally written family history. I only wish I’d had my mother and father do something like this.

The best part is they are giving me a set to give to one of you, including a webcam to keep in touch with those long distance grandkids!

 

 

AmazonGrandmother’s Journal| Grandfather’s Journal

Barnes & NobleGrandmother’s Journal Grandfather’s Journal

Books-A-Million: Grandmother’s Journal | Grandfather’s Journal

Indie Bound: Grandmother’s Journal | Grandfather’s Journal

FAMILY FROM A-FAR

Never feel far from family! One (1) winner receives:

  • Copies of Grandmother’s Journal and Grandfather’s Journal
  • plus a Logitech webcam for setting up long-distance video chats with Grandma and Grandpa!

Giveaway open to US addresses only.

Prizing and samples provided by Bluestreak Books.

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9 thoughts on “Grandparent Journals and Logitech Webcam Review & Giveaway!”

  1. Kelly D says:

    I would give these to my parents.

  2. Linda says:

    I would keep these journals for myself & my husband,

  3. sam says:

    I would have to give them to my son. I would help him use them. I wish I had had them when my grandparents were alive. I actually made my own kind of books for them.

  4. Deborah Caudill says:

    This is such an amazing giveaway! I would help my son get started on the journals. I was adopted and know nothing of my biological family. I cannot even find my birth certificate on any of the genealogical websites and that includes the one that they redo with your adoptive parents names and the new name you are given. I was extremely lucky to have been adopted by a wonderful and spectacular family, so I never really tried to track down any of my biological family. I am not sure how my son would want to do the journals, including whether he would want to try to find the biological family or just go with the easier route with my adoptive family. My adoptive family is very small now and only my 94 year old mom and my 59 year old brother are left. In contrast, my biological family supposedly had my mom who had 5 siblings and my dad also had 5 siblings. However, that is information obtained from the adoption agency that they call non-identifying information. I don’t know any identifying information and would have to get a court order to have the records unsealed. I suppose we could do both. My son ‘s father’s mom had 12 siblings and he knows most of that huge side of his family, so he would have a great place to start. My son moved home to care for me after I broke my leg and then my hip in a couple of falls, so this would give us a project to work on since I can no longer work. I didn’t mean to write a book in your comments but this is such an exciting giveaway. We would use the webcam when we talk to my mom! Thanks for having this giveaway. Good luck to all!

  5. Donna porter says:

    I would keep these journals for me and my hubby. They would really help us out!

  6. Virginia H says:

    I would give them to my adopted mother who recently found out she has lung cancer. I think this would be something she could write about during this journey she is determined to beat.

  7. Jenny Ham says:

    I would give them to my parents to fill out with their grandkids

  8. Anita Jude says:

    I would gift them

  9. kelly woods says:

    I would love to keep this. Thank you 🙂

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