BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich., April 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Mother's Day is an opportunity to celebrate not only mothers, but grandmothers as well.
Deborah Zupancic, a mother and author from Michigan, wanted to do just that. When she was pregnant with her first child, Zupancic created a heart-warming poem for her mother to announce her pregnancy. She later turned that poem into a keepsake gift book called, "You're Going to be a Grandma!"
Honoring the bond between a grandmother and her grandchildren, the beautifully illustrated hard-cover book includes charming verses, a baby journal and photo pages.
Excerpt: "You're going to be a Grandma, you've waited for this day. You're going to be a Grandma, there's a baby on the way. ... It won't be long before this blessing makes its grand debut, with a loving place inside the heart held especially for you."
"When I learned I was pregnant," Zupancic said. "I wanted to create a unique and special gift to announce the news to my mom so she would always remember the moment she found out she would soon have a grandson."
"You're Going to Be a Grandma!" makes a great gift for any grandma-to-be: a mother or mother-in-law – or a sister, aunt or friend.
The book has been recognized by the Mom's Choice Awards®, which honors the best in family-friendly media, products and services. Parents, librarians and retailers rely on MCA evaluations when selecting quality materials for children and families.
The book costs $12.95 and is available for order online exclusively at www.THEGrandmaBook.com/44 or by calling (248) 672-6996, (ISBN: 978-0-9841590-0-0). Through May, THEGrandmaBook.com will donate 10 percent of all sales to the Hope for Japan program (all funds go to UNICEF to help the children of Japan). THEGrandmaBook.com and Reveal Publishing are proud to be part of the Hope for Japan disaster relief effort.
In addition to writing, Zupancic works with expectant moms at an ultrasound facility as marketing manager and ultrasound technician, and is busy creating new books on the subjects of children and family. She also shares her parenting experience through the MichMoms blog. Zupancic lives in Bloomfield Hills, Mich., with her husband and their three sons.
Images: Visit here to download pictures of the book and author.
SOURCE Reveal Publishing