What was he was like a child? What are his earliest memories? Find out everything you could ever hope to know about a very special granddad with this amazing Dear Granddad - From Me To You book!
The book is made up of questions for your grandad to answer about his life and memories, from his schooldays to how he felt when he became a grandfather: amazing when his favourite grandchild (you) were born, of course!
The questions are designed to give him the opportunity to reflect on his life so far, and give you a beautiful gift that you’ll treasure for a lifetime, when he gives it back to you completely filled in!
Each turn of the page brings a new question and the facing page is left blank for your granddad to include photographs if he wants to.
A lovely birthday or Christmas gift, you’ll both love reflecting on magical memories, and will pass it down from generation to generation!
The journal contains about 60 questions including:
- What are your earliest memories?
- Please detail what you know of our family tree
- What do you remember about the place/s you lived when you were a child?
- What sort of pets did you have when you were young and what were their names?
- What did you want to do when you grew up?
- What chores had to be done when you were young that aren't needed to be done today?
- What age were you when you started work? Tell me about the jobs you have had
- Tell me about a special piece of music that you and my grandmother had just for you'
- Tell me what my mum / dad was like when they were younger
- How did you feel when you were told you were going to be a grandparent?
- Can you see any characteristics in me that come from other people in our family?
- Tell me about the friends you have had in your life
- Describe the greatest change that you have seen in your lifetime so far
The journals are hard-backed and have a ribbon book-mark inside. There are 128 pages made from FSC certified paper.
Once your granddad has completed the journal the beautiful book will be transformed into a little piece of history.
Life matters.....pass it on.