Andy Seed is a writer and humourist based in North Yorkshire. He’s the author of over 30 books including the popular ‘All Teachers’ trilogy of memoirs for adults and a range of titles for children, including The Silly Book of Side-Splitting Stuff (Bloomsbury) – winner of the 2015 Blue Peter Book Award – and the acclaimed funny children’s novel Prankenstein.
September 2016 saw the release of Andy's first book from Valley Press, Poems for Pensioners, a collection of funny and nostalgic poems aimed firmly at the over-50s.
Here is a book that celebrates the joys, the aches, the lapses, the frustrations and the creaks of the retirement years. With fifty funny, nostalgic and poignant rhymes about childhood memories, hair loss, modern technology, manners, packaging, cats, grandchildren and more it’s the perfect read for those of fifty-plus who like a chuckle.
Praise for Andy Seed:
‘Heart-warming and hilarious’ Daily Mail
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