JR Media Group, LLC

JR MEDIA GROUP, LLC

PO Box 34567, Chicago, IL 60634

Phone: 808 987-4473

Grandma Goes to Antarctica

$20.00

'Grandma Goes to...' book series:

written for children, educational for all ages, 

an inspirational read for the whole family.

Visually stunning with 38 pages of color photographs. These children's books meet federally-mandated, Common Core standards; a companion Teacher Study Guide is also available for each title.

Grandma Goes to Antarctica


This is the true story of a 57-year-old grandmother who was stationed in Antarctica for five months as a contract worker for the National Science Foundation (NSF).  Grandma goes outside of her comfort zone, learns much about Antarctica and herself, has exciting once-in-a-lifetime adventures, and meets the most amazing people. 
 

$25.00 postpaid, 1 signed copy (9.5% added for Illinois residents)

2 copies ($46.00 postpaid); 3 copies ($67.00 postpaid); 4 copies ($88.00 postpaid); 5 copies ($109.00 postpaid)

For Ebook editions of Grandma Goes to Antarctica

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Apple iTunes click here!

  

Grandma Goes to the South Pacific

$20.00

Book #2 in the in the Grandma Goes to series!

Grandma Goes to the South Pacific


The grandmother who worked in Antarctica reminisces about the time she spent in French Polynesia living on a remote, private island.  Population 4!  Jeanne continues to relish life's treasured moments as she travels to faraway places, meets fascinating people and explores other cultures.

 

$25.00 postpaid, 1 signed copy (9.5% added for Illinois residents)

2 copies ($46.00 postpaid); 3 copies ($67.00 postpaid); 4 copies ($88.00 postpaid); 5 copies ($109.00 postpaid)

For Ebook editions of Grandma Goes to the South Pacific

Kindle click here!

Apple iTunes click here!

  

Grandma Goes to the Alaskan Wilderness

$20.00

Book #3 in the 'Grandma Goes to...series':

Grandma Goes to the Alaskan Wilderness


The grandmother who worked in Antarctica and roughed it on a small, remote island in the South Pacific learns back-to-nature survival skills in America's final frontier.
 

$25.00 postpaid, 1 signed copy (9.5% added for Illinois residents)

2 copies ($46.00 postpaid); 3 copies ($67.00 postpaid); 4 copies ($88.00 postpaid); 5 copies ($109.00 postpaid)

The Jr. Iditarod: Alaska's Little-Known Sled Dog Race

$20.00

Companion Book to Grandma Goes to the Alaskan Wilderness; Book #4

The Jr. Iditarod: Alaska's Little-Known Sled Dog Race


Almost everyone has heard of The Iditarod, Alaska's grueling sled dog endurance race, but only a few are aware of the Jr. Iditarod, the first long-distance race for juvenile mushers (ages 14-17). The author of the 'Grandma Goes to..." book series reveals the story behind this unique race.

$25.00 postpaid, 1 signed copy (9.5% added for Illinois residents)

2 copies ($46.00 postpaid); 3 copies ($67.00 postpaid); 4 copies ($88.00 postpaid); 5 copies ($109.00 postpaid)

"Jeanne's energy bounds out from every page! I felt like I was sitting right next to her, listening to her excitement, adventures, doubts and ultimate triumphs on a trip away from her comfort zone. And as if her words were not enough, Jeanne includes photos... These books are a fantastic vehicle for showing that you can do anything if you just believe you can make it happen."
- Vicki Beaver, Photographer

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In her motivational speaking engagements she conducts for children, teens and adults, Jeanne Roppolo talks about her unusual life journey. This world-traversing grandmother loves to share her unique stories about other cultures through her printed books, eBooks, study guides, presentations and web site.


...you write honestly...I liked very much that you shared your excitement, wonder, fears and appreciation of the whole experience. It evoked the sense that I  (or a child) could have a grand adventure, too. And I really liked that you faced your fears...It was a practical lesson in knowing yourself and being comfortable in your own skin...You made very clear that you had to earn the opportunity to even get there."
Leilani Hino/Hawaii