What do you buy someone
who is turning 100?
Edna Phillips was born on 9 November 1916 and lived in Melbourne, Australia. When she lived in her own house she ran an electrical goods shop with her husband Cliff and made delicious pavlovas and homemade lemonade. After retirement she enjoyed knitting teddies for children and reading books about families.
A special message from Grandma Edna
“I wonder about the birthday cake at the 100-year-old party. Will we put 100 candles on it?”
About the Author
Aimee Chan is a magazine editor and writer. Her work has appeared in publications and websites all over the world including Harper’s BAZAAR, CNN, ELLE, The Weekend Australian and Cosmopolitan. She also created family travel website suitcasesandstrollers.com.
She likes reading, travel and spending time with her friends and family, although not necessarily in that order. She lives in regional New South Wales.
About the Illustrator
Angela Perrini is an artist who also teaches drawing. Her illustrations have been published in several children’s books including Ava’s Spectacular Spectacles, Santa’s High Tech Christmas and What’s In Your Mind Today?.
She has a degree in historical art and lives in Puglia in Italy.