Grandma Nuh Easy At All

Grandma Nuh Easy At All

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Grandma Nuh Easy At All by Josephine Gooden

LMH Publishing 2016


Hazel grew up in a small town named Rosetta, in the beautiful parish of St. Ann, Jamaica. She was a disciplinarian who would no doubt try to discipline even a lifeless corpse. It was said that when her husband died, she told him to 'straighten up himself' in the coffin and he was so used to her corrections, some people said that they saw one of his fingers move at her command, causing pandemonium in the church. Hazel's children and grandchildren tried to modernize her old-fashioned lifestyle, introducing her to technology like the Internet and and the cell phone. Hazel and her friends were not impressed. She was well-known and loved by the people in her hometown; she was everyone's grandmother, therefore earning the name Grandma Hazel. A hilarious novel about life in rural Jamaica.