Two Bad Grans by Geraldine Durrant
  

Synopsis

Two Bad Grans by Geraldine Durrant

Mrs O' Grady was a naughty old lady, very short, rather cross and quite stout: while Mrs Maloney was taller and boney, and liked to give orders . And shout. They never washed dishes, they never baked pies - The list of things the two old ladies never did and how badly they behaved goes on and on. But then one day something changed both their lives forever - they became grans! A rollicking read with amazing illustrations by Sarah Horne which will delight grans as much as it tickles their grandchildren.

About the Author

Geraldine Durrant's work as a journalist and features writer has been syndicated to newspapers and magazines worldwide. She wrote the popular Pirate Gran series. This is her first book for Piccadilly Press. Sarah Horne was born in Cheshire and grew up in Derbyshire. She graduated from Falmouth College of Art and completed her masters in illustration at Kingston University. She has worked for many publishing, editorial and advertising clients. This is her first book for Piccadilly Press.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Geraldine Durrant
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Publisher

Piccadilly Press Ltd an imprint of Templar Publishing

Publication date

10th October 2013

ISBN

9781848123366


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