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My Super Groovy Gran

My Groovy Gran appeals to grandparents and children alike. Not all Grandmothers are the stereotypical old aged and fashioned these days! This Gran likes to paint, walk on the beach, paint toe nails and share with her Grand Daughter all the delights of creativity and fun.

“My Gran is groovy

as groovy as can be

I don’t call her Nan

I call her Nanny”.

Other titles in the series

My Super Groovy Gran

My Super Single Dad

My Super Single Mum

My Two Super Dads

My Two Super Mums

 

My Super Groovy Gran

Author: Bronny Fallens

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