This exciting children’s book relates to the special bond between a grandparent and grandchild and building lasting memories. It reflects how Grandparents can influence their grandchildren in finding joy in nature and the world around them, including history and ecology. In the age of the Baby Boomer’s generation born between 1946 and 1964, the number of children not being raised by their biological parents has greatly increased. The numbers are still growing, grandparents are lending their support to children and grandchildren and sometimes the children are taking care of the grandparents who are living longer vital lives. Whatever the situation, whether living together or apart, the grandchildren are getting the benefit of love and nurturing providing them with a fuller and happier life. Flamingo Gardens is just one example of a fun activity and adventure on how a Grandparent can share time with their grandchild in building an unforgettable special relationship they will not forget.