My first impression on reading this book is that it is full of practical tips on being a ‘perfect grandparent’. A lot of it is basic common sense, which hopefully I am already aware of; such as how to...
Muddle Your Way Through Being A Grandparent
Facts at the back of the book
Not everyone's sense of humour
Oh dear! Mr Paul Merrill strives, mightily, to be funny but only succeeds in being obnoxious. The humour is contrived and offensive, sniping at all generations not just the grandparents. Snuffling through the dust bins of human experience he has come up with a book that I found uncomfortable to stay with. On the positive side I was pleased to see him take those daft celebrities who give such bizarre names to their children —Sage Moonblood, I ask you! Also the facts included at the end I found interesting. One final thought; the proof reader should have gone to SpecSavers, although I suspect the draft was, probably, checked by Word Spelling & Grammar – badly.