The Grandparent-Grandson Relationship by the Forward

The Grandparent-Grandson Relationship

Earlier this week, Avrom Honig shared a behind-the-scenes look at the photoshoot for “Feed Me Bubbe,” talked about coming to the Big City, and introduced us to his production assistant, Zadie. His posts are being featured this week on The Arty Semite courtesy of the Jewish Book Council and My Jewish Learning’s Author Blog Series. For more information on the series, please visit:

The Grandparent-Grandson Relationship by the ForwardThe Grandparent-Grandson Relationship by the Forward

If you’re watching this blog closely you have seen already parts one,two and three. Now I am thrilled to present part number four, featuring the star of the show herself. Bubbe is here to talk a bit about the importance of having a grandparent-grandchild relationship.

We want to thank all of you for joining me over these past few posts. If you want more entries from me, leave comments below, and who knows, maybe we might do some future updates from the book tour with more behind the scenes action.

For now thank you to all that have purchased our book “Feed Me Bubbe.” Due to your support we can proudly state that we are an Amazon best seller in the kosher category. We know this is just the beginning and we look forward to having you join us on our Facebook page and over at

Watch Avrom Honig introduce his bubbe:

Avrom Honig and Bubbe’s new book, “Feed Me Bubbe,” is now available.

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The Grandparent-Grandson Relationship

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