I am a squashy grandma who read the blurb above, even though the book is not out yet, and declared "This is what I have been waiting for all my 72 years of squashy life!" Can't wait to read it and find out how to get my false teeth out of the vacuum cleaner...I have spent too long eating liquidised food. Are there any sequels planned? 'Cos I have lots of other squashy issues that need addressing.
Great to hear from you. It's comforting to know there are other spongy relatives out there, though I'm very sorry to hear you're in the same dental predicament. Rest assured that Dead Hairy offers the solution to your problem and a way out of squashiness in general. April 5 is only 3 months away - just hang on in there with the soups and soft fruit. Love Abbie Hartley (junior journalist and heroine of Dead Hairy) X
I note with interest that you visit a hair museum in your book. I could do with some hair as the top of my head is quite bald and gleams in the fresh morning light. Does the museum sell spare hair and can you get me a special discount? Otherwise any advice on being dead un-hairy?
I've handed this one over to Squashy Grandma as she has more experience of balding. Best wishes, Abbie.
'Ello young man. As I've said before, 'airstyles are over-rated. That's unless you're lucky enough to find your own Chester the chest 'air like I did (READ THE BOOK). 'E doubles as a wig and an 'ome 'elp. Not sure if the museum stocks spares - READ THE BOOK and check it out. If not, I'll try and nick that patch of yeti 'air from the museum (READ THE BOOK). 'Appy gleamin', Squashy Grandma. P.S. READ THE BOOK.