ABOUT THIS BOOK
PUBLICATION DATE: September 1, 2018
Travels With My Granny
By (author) Juliet Rix; Illustrated by Christopher Corr
When my granny was younger she crossed rivers and mountain ranges, explored jungles and towering cities. Now her legs won’t carry her much further than the door. But she still travels – and sometimes she takes me with her…Granny has travelled all over the world, to India, Egypt, China and Peru. And she still travels – in her mind and in her stories. The grown-ups say Granny doesn’t know where she is, but her grandchild can’t wait to go on another adventure. “Where are we going now, Granny?”A sensitive introduction to old-age confusion and dementia, through the loving and imaginative relationship between Granny and her grandchild – and their colourful journeys.”Such a gentle, positive and fascinating way of introducing a child to dementia” Tessa Gutteridge, Director YoungDementia UK”This book is fabulous and I know it will be really helpful” April Dobson, head of Dementia Innovation, Abbeyfield Society
JULIET RIX is an award-winning freelance writer and broadcaster who has worked for BBC television and radio, newspapers, magazines and websites. She is the author of two books for adults and is a contributor to the Guardian Rainy Day Book. She has travelled in over 50 countries on all seven continents. Her first children’s book, A-maze-ing Minotaur was published by Frances Lincoln.CHRISTOPHER CORR is an author and illustrator whose many books have won him international acclaim. He studied at the Royal College of Art and now lives and works in London as an artist and tutor at Goldsmith’s University. His most recent books include Deep in the Woods and All the Year Round.