My Nana and Poppa are so wrinkly they look like a map of the world.
Nana and Poppa say, “Wrinkles are the rich tapestry of life.”
They say, “The more wrinkles the more adventures; the more adventures the better the life.”
Nana and Poppa is a heart-warming collection of stories. Told from a child’s perspective they document the love and wonder children feel for their grandparents.
Written to be read by grandparents, and shared across generations. However, infused with love and laughter, these simple and charming stories can be enjoyed by all.
Andrew Lindsay lives in Auckland NZ with his wife and teenage son. Andrew grew up in acountry farming community being one of four children to parents who emigrated from the UKto New Zealand in the 1950s. Andrew enjoys spending time writing, fishing, and being at thebeach but most of all hanging out with his family sharing stories, food and laughter.
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