Holiday Retirement Helps Nation's Grandparents Fight to Save the Bedtime Story

National story gathering campaign publishes children’s book, available this holiday season

LAKE OSWEGO, OR, December 04, 2015 — Every day, thousands of childhood bedtime stories are lost as another generation of

storytellers (and their families) do not take the time to capture them. In an effort to save these cherished bedtime tales,

Holiday Retirement, a manager of senior living communities nationwide, initiated a "story drive” earlier this year to begin

collecting stories. Today, Holiday Retirement published a select few of the collected stories in a new children’s book,

Bedtime Stories: Original Tales Shared from One Generation to the Next.

“We all have extraordinary memories of our parents and grandparents tucking us into bed with heartwarming stories and

lessons that inspired us to dream,” said Jamison Gosselin, vice president of marketing, communications, and resident

enrichment for Holiday Retirement. “It is an honor for us to collect bedtime stories from residents we serve and publish a

few to share with the public. What’s more, a few of our residents created artwork to accompany the stories allowing us to

produce an amazing book for the generations to share.”

The act of storytelling is one that builds connections, boosts creativity, and offers a venue for children to learn from

their loved ones. And with a resource found at the back of Bedtime Stories: Original Tales Shared from One Generation to

the Next, parents will have a tool to help their children connect with storytellers from different generations and write

their own bedtime story as a way of preserving a family’s legacy.

“Relationships among the generations are so important as we pass along experiences, stories, and wisdom from one to the

next,” said Gosselin. “Bedtimes stories are just one of many ways Holiday Retirement encourages intergenerational

learning.”

This compilation of stories and poems, primarily written and illustrated by Holiday Retirement residents ranging in age

from 66 to 93, will take readers through the Milky Way Galaxy, on a zoo adventure, and for a ride on Mortimer Bean’s crazy

machine.

Purchase a copy of Bedtime Stories: Original Tales Shared from One Generation to the Next for $7.99 at

sharebedtimestories.com; all proceeds benefit the National Center for Families Learning, a forward-thinking non-profit

organization that addresses literacy by engaging all family members in learning, individually and as a group.

Holiday Retirement will continue to collect anecdotes, original tales, and fables handed down from generation to

generation. Interested individuals are invited to send their beloved stories to sharebedtimestories@gmail.com. A select

number of stories will be published on Better When Shared, Holiday Retirement’s blog.

Editor’s note: Story authors and illustrators are available for interviews to elaborate on what sharing their treasured

stories means to them.

Media Contact:
Brian K. Fawkes
Holiday Retirement
971-245-8337
brian.fawkes@holidaytouch.com


Contact Details

Company Name: Communications Strategy Group
Issued By: Molly Koch
Phone: 720-726-5435
Address: Communications Strategy Group
City: Denver
State: CO
Zip: 454455
Country: United States
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Keywords : Holiday Retirement, grandparents, bedtime story, holiday season, childhood bedtime stories,

by Molly Koch (few years ago!)

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