Encyclopedia of Grannies | Author: Eric Veille

Why do grandmas tell us to speak slowly? Why do grandmas wear their hair up? Are grandmas flexible? How do you cheer up a grandma? And why do they always have creases on their faces? Children have lots of questions about grannies and Éric Veillé sets out to answer them all with humour and charm in this contemporary picture book for the extended family – how they wear their hair, how they do yoga, how they travel the world, their wise sayings, their knitting.

Each page is dedicated to a quirky topic and combines to make a highly original encyclopedia for children; from buses – no one knows where grannies go – to the contents of a granny’s bed - sighs, regrets and sometimes a grandpa.

27 x 19.4cm
32 pages

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