Have you ever seen or experienced the unique, sweet bond between a grandparent and a grandchild? Do you notice how they have a relationship not like any other? Do you wish to learn more about the fantastic journey that unfolds between grandchildren and their grandparents, as they grow, learn, see, and do all the amazing things that life hands them?In My Nana, My Love, By Mediline Tador, readers participate in this exuberant, life-changing journey of the inexplicable joy and love between a granddaughter and her "Nana." Within the pages of Tador's loving, non-fictional account of her own precious relationship with her granddaughter, readers witness a young "African Princess" blossom and bloom with daily gratitude for her loving Nana. This little princess starts her days with a page-by-page list of all the things she loves about her Nana. This spans the simplest pleasures of everyday life, and travels through all the little moments that lead to the great moment when a grandchild becomes the genuine child of God she is born to be. This comes from the important values and lessons taught by her doting Nana.Readers will experience the endless possibilities of the special, wondrous bond she shares with Nana, and the life lessons, adventures, and memories they make along the way. My Nana, My Love is the first edition of the author's Nana Love series. Mediline Tador has had a foot in a lot of different worlds-Journalism, Public Relations, Theatre Arts and Public Service. She has a consummate experience of close to four decades in Nigeria, West Africa, including a stint in the broadcast Media world in Houston, Texas, United States of America. She is a Communications graduate from the notable Martin Luther King jr. School of Communications, TSU, Houston, Texas. A Skillful Motivational Speaker, she has a lifetime passion for inspiring and empowering young minds. An energetic and intelligent young mind inspires this book-her Granddaughter. She also enjoys reading, walking on the beach, and photography. Mediline lives in the Coastal City of Portland, Texas.