PRAISE FOR WHERE TWO WORLDS MEET
– Elizabeth LaBan, bestselling author of Beside Herself; Not Perfect; The Restaurant Critic’s Wife; The Tragedy Paper; The Grandparents Handbook; and co-author of Pretty Little World
“In Where Two Worlds Meet, Witkovsky and Shoss have created a must-have manual for grandparents seeking intentional, impactful connections with grandchildren progressing from preteen into adulthood—that tough period when kids naturally pull away. Sage advice, actionable items, journaling prompts, and stories from grandparents and grandchildren reflecting on their bond provide a practical guide for all grandparents, whether long-distance, local, or sharing a multigenerational household.
-Lisa Carpenter, founder of GrandmasBriefs.com and author of “The First-Time Grandmother’s Journal
“Where Two Worlds Meet: A Guide to Connecting with Your Grandchildren” is a book built on passion, real-life experience, hope, and the power of love. Witkovsky and his associate Shoss, share Witkovsky’s life-long commitment to strengthening and celebrating the bonds that make families grow while maximizing the potential and individuality of each of the family members.”
“Where Two Worlds Meet is a Must-Have Book! The authors provide such creative and innovative ways to connect with grandchildren and as a grandparent and former school principal I highly recommend this book.”
“If you are looking for valuable patterns for enhancing relationships between grandparents and teenage grandchildren—and for experiences, ideas, and stories galore, particularly about creating three-generational values and preserving cultural values, this book should be on your list.”
—Linda and Richard Eyre, New York Times #1 Bestselling Authors whose most recent books are Grandmothering and Being a Proactive Grandfather
Where Two Worlds Meet –
A True example of an invaluable and practical guide in its own right that teaches profound bonding experiences among grandparents and their teenage grandchildren.
Authors Jerry Witkovsky and Deanna Shoss strategically compose a navigation through mental health and independence that bridges the generations all from a grandparent’s and teenager’s perspective.
–Tammy Embrich, Author and founder of the website grandmahomebloggers.com