Grandma Krazy is a recipient of the prestigious Mom’s Choice Award. The Mom’s Choice Awards® (MCA) evaluates products and services created for parents and educators and is globally recognized for establishing the benchmark of excellence in family-friendly media, products and services. Using a rigorous evaluation process, entries are scored on a number of elements including production quality, design, educational value, entertainment value, originality, appeal and cost. Around the world, parents, educators, retailers and members of the media trust the MCA Honoring Excellence seal when selecting quality products and services for families and children.
Kathy Barnett Blomquist’s grandchildren are responsible for giving her the name Grandma Krazy. As a teacher, foster parent, Cub Scout leader, and mother of nine. Kathy has always loved story time. She Was born in Salt Lake City, Utah and has lived in several states between California and Massachusetts. She currently lives in Laguna Niguel, California. Has fostered over 100 children and adopted two older children from foster care. She has been a Cub Scout leader for about 25 years and is a Silver Beaver recipient. Grandma Krazy loves watching children have so much fun they don’t realize they are actually learning something.
PACIFIC BOOK REVIEW READS:
If I Could …… is abound with chuckles from the creative and imaginative mind of author Grandma Krazy – a name which in and of itself made me LOL. With a loving and inspiring narrative written voice, Grandma Krazy brings a rhyming and a totally free imagination – without rules – to the youngsters reading this book, or having it read to them.
From the action words of onomatopoeia to the rhyming words showing animals doing silly things, Grandma Krazy is not crazy at all, but a skilled educator with substantial practice and experience in the maternal nurturing of children which glows on each page of If I Could … This is not a book to be passed over when compiling a children’s home library, as it would be one to reach for at bedtime over and over again.