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Granny Greeny Says…Listen Louder

Written By: Ina Albert, Illustrated by Bret Schlesinger

Published by: Mountain Greenery Press, Whitefish, MT – 2014

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We dedicate our work to the power of human

connection that makes us visible to one another,

to the children who need to be heard, and to the elders

who listen to them with hearts filled with Love

May we all learn to Listen Louder.

Available for Sale at: (List) Amazon, Kindle Select, Barnes and Noble, iBooks, Kobo, Baker & Taylor’s Blio, OverDrive, FlipKart, Oyster, Scribd and audio version on Audible, and at most book stores. Retail Price for Print: (MSRP) $9.46 Print ISBN: 978-0-9904703-0-4 Audio ISBN: 978-0-9904703-1-1 Retail Price for eBook: (MSRP): Kindle Select ISBN: 978-0-9904703-2-8 eBook ISBN: 978-0-9904703-3-5 Author Website: www.listenlouder.net Facebook: Ina Albert, Author Twitter:@Inaalbert

 

Praise for

“Granny Greeny Says…Listen Louder”

 

What others are saying:

“Granny Greeny learned what few people do, that it is more important to listen louder than to speak louder. Many good leaders are good speakers, but great leaders are great listeners.”

…Former Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer, Phillipsburg, MT

I love the lesson Granny Greeny teaches in this book: that learning to listen louder is the secret to helping kids express and understand their thoughts and feelings.  Every parent needs to learn this lesson.

…Dina Rose, Ph.D, author, It’s Not About the Broccoli: Three Habits to Teach Your Kids for a Lifetime of Healthy Eating

“For so many of our children, communication consists more and more of texting on smart phones, tweeting and the Internet and less and less in face-to-face communication.  Granny Greeny reminds us that learning to listen louder supports and enhances our humanity, knowledge and understanding of each other. Learning this skill can enhance and support children’s ability to communicate effectively with others of all ages.”

…..Joyce DuBack,EdD., Former District Director of Special Education, Springfield Vermont, Chairperson, Department of Elementary & Special Education, Antioch/NE Graduate School, Keene,NH.

 “It’s a rare story that appeals to children, parents, and grandparents, but when Granny Greeny talks, we should all listen louder!

…..Kathy Dunnehoff, National Bestselling author of The Do-Over.

When I listened to Granny Greeny Says…Listen Louder, I nearly cried remembering being a kid who wasn’t listened to. Now I’m becoming a better listener. This book is the perfect gift for children of all ages. Listen Louder!  Granny definitely knows best!”

… Tania Grossinger, author, Jackie (Robinson) and Me, A Very Special Friendship, Memoir of an Independent Woman, and Growing Up At Grossinger’s.

For so many of our children, communication consists of texting on smart phones, tweeting and the Internet and less and less in face-to-face communication.  Granny Greeny reminds us that learning to listen louder supports and enhances our humanity, knowledge and understanding of each other.  Learning this skill can enhance and support children’s ability to communicate effectively with others of all ages.

…..Joyce DuBack,EdD., Former District Director of Special Education, Springfield Vermont, Chairperson, Department of Elementary & SpecialEducation, Antioch/NE Graduate School, Keene,NH.

 “It’s a rare story that appeals to children, parents, and grandparents, but when Granny Greeny talks, we should all listen louder!

…Kathy Dunnehoff, National Bestselling author of “The Do-Over,” Kalispell, MT

When I listened to “Granny Greeny Says…Listen Louder,” I nearly cried remembering the feeling of being a kid who wasn’t listened to. Because of Granny I’m becoming a better listener. This book is the perfect gift for children of all ages. Listen Louder!  Granny definitely knows best!”

… Tania Grossinger, author, “Jackie (Robinson) and Me, A Very Special Friendship,” “Memoir of an Independent Woman,” and “Growing Up At Grossinger’s,” New York City,Taniagrossinger@gmail.com.

 

 

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