Author: Janna Olsen Spratt
Visiting Nana was always a highlight for Janna and her brother and sister. Whether spending time with Nana in her kitchen or garden it was most enjoyable. Nana’s stories of her childhood in England delighted them. Simple, ordinary things like having tea were made into a special event with cups and saucers. Meals with fresh picked peas or with cress, piled high on fresh, baked bread were something to look forward to. The greatest gifts Nana gave them was her love and her time which her grandchildren still remember and treasure. This book captures some of those wonderful memories.
Janna Spratt is the author of three previous books; a collection of poetry, Quiet Reflections, her Memoirs called, A Path Through and a children’s book, Billy Goat and The Red Neckerchief. The author lives in Langley, British Columbia, Canada. She is a mother, stepmother, grandmother and a great-grandmother.