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Recommend me a book about being a granny!

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littlecupcake Sun 14-Dec-14 21:59:04

I am really not a reader but I'm after a couple of books for close family for Christmas. Someone recommended The Rosie Project for my sister and my dad likes Alan Titchmarsh but hasn't got his latest novel, so he's easy to sort out. So I'm looking for ideas for my mum. I'd like a 'pick up and put down' book that's not heavy going. My mum is a fab granny to DD(5) and DS(1) so I was thinking of a humorous book about being a granny - if such a thing exists! If not, what other suggestions do you have for a sixty year old? Thanks so much.

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Dowser Wed 31-Dec-14 16:59:25

Well if that's not an invitation to write my own I don't know what is lol!

I was a 51 year old mum- granny and it was very difficult much as I adored every hair on his beautiful blonde head.

Never thought about writing a book about it though.

'The five grandchildren and it ' would make a good title.

Clawdy Wed 31-Dec-14 19:14:49

The Good Granny Guide by Jane Fearnley-Whittingstall (yes,his mum!) is fun and has some nice ideas.

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