Feely and Someone Else's Granny by Barbara Catchpole

Feely and Someone Else's Granny

Written by Barbara Catchpole
Illustrated by
Part of the Feely Tonks Series


Feely and Someone Else's Granny by Barbara Catchpole

Feely has to write a school report about life in the 1950s. Everyone starts to interview their grannies and grandads, but Feely doesn't have her own old person to talk to. So how can she write a report that's going to be better than Saffron's? Feely needs to talk to somebody who was alive in the 1950s. Mrs Baggot might help - but only if she can stop being so crabby. Girls love Feely! Phoebe Dorcas Tonks - Feely to everyone but her teacher - has another hilarious adventure in this book, one of the 'Feely' series by Barbara Catchpole, author of the best-selling 'PIG' books. Coupled with fantastic black-and-white illustrations and an easy-to-read diary format, the laugh-out-loud humour and merciless honesty will appeal to all readers.

About the Author

Barbara Catchpole taught for over forty years before becoming a full time writer. Her interest in special needs education and disability issues was first sparked by her middle son, who was born profoundly deaf. Barbara has taught as a Special Needs Coordinator and has held leadership positions in several schools, including Academies. She has also worked as SENCo in a secure training centre. Barbara writes primarily for reluctant and struggling readers, with the aim of entertaining the reader and developing empathy for the characters. Pig is her finest example to date.

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52 pages


Barbara Catchpole
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Ransom Publishing

Publication date

25th May 2016



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