Jo-Jo and Gran-Gran is a fresh, new book series based on a pre-school child and her grandmother, showing the special and loving relationship that they have.
Jo-Jo and Gran-Gran All in a Week (first book), depicts Jo-Jo and Gran-Gran counting down the days until they see each other.
Jo-Jo and Gran-Gran is an intergenerational book and colleagues say that they love the way it reminds them of their own relationship with their grandparents, making the book emotive and appealing to both children and adults alike.
The idea of Jo-Jo and Gran-Gran is loosely based on Laura’s relationship with her own grandmother.
“As a grandparent myself it demonstrates the adorable bond between a grandmother and her grandchild, and the deep-rooted love this relationship brings.”
Sue Jones, grandmother and CEO of Evolution Childcare
“Laura has skilfully captured the depth of a relationship between generations. Children and carers alike will love turning the pages of this book together and relate to the feelings of expectancy, the warmth and security of family and the joy of re-encounter!”
David Wright, owner, Paint Pots Nurseries
“This book is sure to be a favourite with children, parents and grandparents. What a treasure!”
Emma Davies, manager, Busy Bee’s Nursery
“Laura you have captured the special and endearing relationship between children and grandparents so magically.”
Susan Taylor, managing director, Tailor Made Training
Another incentive, if you needed one, is that 10% of all sales will be donated to the Jermain Defoe Foundation, set up by the Sunderland FC striker to support homeless, vulnerable and abused young people in both his and Laura’s families’ home country of St Lucia.
To order Jo-Jo and Gran-Gran please click on this link: All in a Week
Note for editors:
Laura Henry is an expert, international award-winning Early Years specialist. She is the founder of the community interest company for Early Childhood trainers and consultants, NEYTCO; vice-president of The British Association for Early Childhood Education; and national representative for the World Forum on Early Care and Education.
She has recently appeared as the expert adviser on BBC One’s, Right on the Money.
More importantly, Laura is the mother of two grown-up sons.
For more information, please visit Laura’s website: www.laurahenryconsultancy.com
For further information or to interview Laura, please contact:
Telephone: 020 8689 7733