Hip, hip, hooray!

Sarah Gall’s book Once upon a Grandma, written under the name Sarah Helen Harrison, is as gentle and encouraging as the grandmother she writes about. As the blurb makes clear, the book is “guaranteed not to disturb your peace of mind,” and is “best read with a cup of tea in hand.” The illustrations, by the way, are also Sarah’s.

You don’t have to be British, or even an Anglophile, to get the humor (spelled humour) that ripples across every page, or feel the discomfort of a “shingle” beach (armored with pebbles), or the satisfying wickedness of a “cream tea”—but it helps!

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