My Nanna is a Ninja by Damon Young

Thu 8 March 2018

This book is an hilarious celebration of wonderful nannas everywhere! Created by the dynamic duo: philosopher and author Damon Young, and illustrator Peter Carnavas (also an author) - who have both won awards for their respective feats. Buy your own copy of My Nanna is a Ninja here, published by the University of Queensland Press.

Read by Amelia McFarlane.

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