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The Granny Project

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'What does he mean? What's going on? Are you two thinking of putting Granny into a Home?'

'Thinking is finished,' Natasha told him. 'It is decided.'

The four children, Ivan, Sophie, Tanya and Nicholas, can't believe it. Their parents are planning to put their grandmother into a Home. She's a bit of a dotty old lady - sometimes demanding, often annoying - but as much a part o
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Published (first published 1983)
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Apr 08, 2012 Ruth rated it really liked it
A great read. 4 children fight to keep their granny at home and in the process the two oldest discover the difficulties their parents are facing and that the decision is not so easy as they thought. Very thought provoking
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What started with Charm School was completed here. I fell absolutely in love with Anne Fine. the family in this book was at the same time funny, sad, complex and real.
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Easy and quick read. A story dealing with family whose parents wants to send the granny to home and children try to stop that.
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Though readers often find themselves inadvertently laughing aloud as they read Anne Fine's novels, as she herself admits, "a lot of my work, even for fairly young readers, raises serious social issues. Growing up is a long and confusing business. I try to show that the battle through the chaos is worthwhile and can, at times, be seen as very funny." In 1994, this unique combination of humour and ...more
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