The ACB with Honora Lee

The ACB with Honora Lee


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Perry's mother and father are busy people ... they're impatient, they're tired, they get cross easily. And they think that only children, like Perry, should be kept busy. On Saturday mornings Perry and her father visit her gran, Honora Lee, at the Santa Lucia rest home, but Gran never remembers them. 'Who is that man?' Honora Lee asks when Perry's father leaves the room. After movement class is abruptly cancelled, Perry is allowed to go to Santa Lucia on Thursday afternoons. She discovers her Gran has an unconventional interest in the alphabet, so Perry decides to make an alphabet book with the help of Honora and the others. Soon everyone is interested in Perry's book project. The ACB With Honora Lee unfolds with characteristic warmth, quirky, surprising humor and a rich cast of 'residents'. The story is a meditation on kindness and patience and acceptance; that of the very young and the very old. It's a story that will resonate with echoes of recollection for many — from Perry's endearing perspective on the adult world to the embracing kindness of those who care for the elderly.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781770497245
Publisher: Tundra
Publication date: 05/02/2017
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 128
Product dimensions: 5.88(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.45(d)
Age Range: 10 Years

About the Author

KATE DE GOLDI is one of New Zealand's most loved authors. The author of the phenomenal The 10 PM Question, which has been published extensively overseas, she is a two-time winner of the New Zealand Post Children's Book of the Year Award. She has held several major fellowships and is a respected broadcaster, book festival chair and public speaker. She is also dedicated and committed to working with children. The author lives in New Zealand.

GREGORY O'BRIEN is a poet, painter and editor. He trained as a journalist in Auckland and worked as a newspaper reporter in Northland. His work has appeared in IslandsLandfall and Sport, Meanjin, Scripsi. He lives in Wellington where he is Senior Curator at the City Gallery Wellington.Gregory O'Brien lives in Wellington, NZ.
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