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I threw that black mug. I drank too much. I drink too much,. I said, but it was. I was four.

I saw Mom between his gun. Grandpa chased every single. Tequila shots. I make an excuse. No one understands. You kept rubbing your hands. When I turned six. He stayed at home. Everyone gone except one aunt. Larissa Wood, and to Larissa's platoon at Fort Hood. Carol has been dubbed. Syracuse, N. Her granddaughter, Larissa Wood, hadn't told her family she was joining the Army until she had.

So Carol Wood did the one thing she thought might help them both. She put pen to paper and wrote - letters and poems. And she mailed them to Larissa at basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo.

It surprised Larissa when she received the first of her grandmother's letters. She didn't know she could get mail while in basic training. Carol Wood kept sending them at least once a week. Often she included a poem. Larissa began reading them to her fellow soldiers.

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Amid basic training's demands and deprivations during one of the hottest summers on record, Carol Wood's letters and poems brought relief. Hood, Texas. It has that heartfelt sense behind it. The Woods are from the town of Clay. Larissa, 20, is a Liverpool High School graduate. Error rating book.

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A humorous, illustrated poetry collection charting the development of a grandchild by a first-time grandmother. A nostalgic journey from birth to teens as seen through the eyes of a grandmother, Grandma's Poetry Book captures the many facets of those fleeting, easily forgotten moments as grandchildren grow. Touching and funny in turn, the poems resonate with a grandmother' A humorous, illustrated poetry collection charting the development of a grandchild by a first-time grandmother.

Touching and funny in turn, the poems resonate with a grandmother's love for her grandchildren. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages.

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Sort order. Start your review of Grandma's Poetry Book. I received an ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I thought this was a wonderful collection of poetry written by a Grandmother for her family and for all the doting grandmommas out there.

I requested this in order to see things from my own mother's point of view as she herself is a new nanna. The words were so heartfelt and I enjoyed the journey surrounded by gorgeous grandaughters and grandsons who the author loves very much. The book is described as an emotional journey from beginning to end Just the odd two thats all, which would of made it flow a lot better. My second and last gripe was that I felt some of the words were only chosen for the sake of making the poems rhyme even if it didn't make a lot of sense.

This gripe wasn't prominent enough for me to give this collection any less than 4 stars as I enjoyed it very much. I did have a favourite which turned my face into this I was really hoping this book would be something I could buy for my children's grandparents. It just really wasn't the whole package. I hope more grandmothers follow suit in trying to make something similar. Perhaps another author would make it a bit more what I am looking for.

I loved the sincerity of the author. She obviously is a completely dedicated grandmother and mother.