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.

50% of all profits from the books will be donated to Age UK – helping older people when they need it most.

(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.

50% of all profits from the book will be donated to Age UK – helping older people when they need it most.

(76pp, A5, colour, perfect bound)