Nan

£6.00

I was an only child. I was an only grandchild. And now there’s only me.

Jane Gibbens Murphy reflects on her relationship with her best friend and ‘third parent’ – in a tale of after-school doughnuts, poodles, priests, laundry days, wrestling matches, tea with Aunty Pussy and games of Scrabble with absent friends.

All profits from the books will be split equally between Age UK and St Christopher’s hospice.

(76pp, A5, colour, perfect bound)

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I was an only child. I was an only grandchild. And now there’s only me.

Jane Gibbens Murphy reflects on her relationship with her best friend and ‘third parent’ – in a tale of after-school doughnuts, poodles, priests, laundry days, wrestling matches, tea with Aunty Pussy and games of Scrabble with absent friends.

All profits from the book will be split between Age UK and St Christopher’s hospice.

(76pp, A5, colour, perfect bound)