The genealogist's insider's guide to Salt Lake City. Written by the president of the Utah Genealogical Association, this book will tell you all about how to enjoy your trip in the hours you aren't... More > researching at the world's largest genealogy library. With hints on transportation, sites to see, where to eat, and the other repositories you might want to visit, you'll find everything you need here. Janet grew up in Salt Lake, and also loves to travel. So if you are coming to the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy, RootsTech or just your own research trip, you'll want to bring this book with you.< Less
Are the youth in your family more attached to their iPod or laptop screen than they are to you? How do you connect to your family members and form the kind of close relationships that will support... More > and strengthen them as they grow into successful and grounded adults? Teaching your children and grandchildren, nieces and nephews, and even your brothers and sisters about their family history can create strong bonds in your family and become a framework that protects and empowers your relationships. It especially gives children the power to identify with personal heroes, learn life lessons and gain a broad, wise perspective on life.
In the book Zap the Grandma Gap : Connect With Your Family by Connecting Them To Their Family History, Super Grandma will teach you all the tips and tricks to connect you and your family back to your own super grandmas and grandpas in simple and easy ways that will bind your family together and strengthen your relationships.< Less
You know that family history can create strong bonds in your family that strengthen and empower the next generation but how do you make it interesting for them? You know that it is soul-nourishing... More > for the youth in your family to learn about where they came from and you want to help them be inspired by their ancestors, but how do you really do it? Time is fleeting and your family’s history needs to be preserved and entrusted to the coming generations but how can you make that happen?
Super Grandma to the rescue. If you are a parent, grandparent, aunt or uncle she can teach you to look at your heritage in a youthful way so that the children in your family can get excited about their history. This hands-on book will help you brainstorm about what activities will synergize your youth with their heritage. There are questions to get you thinking and space to fill in the ideas that come to you. Just what you need to introduce your family to their own super grandmas and grandpas.< Less