Encyclopedia of grannies

Éric Veillé, 1976-

Book - 2019

An offbeat, humorous book that answers all your questions about grandmas-especially the ones you never thought to ask: Why do grannies always tell us to speak up? Why do they have creases on their faces? Are grannies flexible? How do you cheer up a sad granny? Exactly how old are grannies anyway?

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Subjects
Genres
Picture books
Published
Wellington, New Zealand : Gecko Press 2019.
Edition
English language edition
Language
English
French
Item Description
Picture story book for children.
Physical Description
28 unnumbered pages : colour illustrations ; 28 cm
Audience
Junior, primary
ISBN
9781776572434
1776572432
Main Author
Éric Veillé, 1976- (-)
Other Authors
Daniel Hahn (translator)
Review by Publisher Summary 1

Why do grannies always tell us to speak up? Why do they have creases on their faces? Are grannies flexible? How do you cheer up a sad granny? How old are grannies, actually? Eric Veillé explains it all in this offbeat book for the extended family to chuckle over—no matter what kind of grandma you have, are, or would like to be. From the author of My Pictures after the Storm, which received three starred reviews and which School Library Journal proclaimed "may be the funniest book of the year."