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Mamika: My Mighty Little Grandmother (Paperback)
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Meet Mamika: the worlds coolest and most daring nonagenarian!
To raise his ninety-three-year-old grandmothers spirits, photographer Sacha Goldberger engaged her as his creative collaborator, model, and muse. Countless costumes, geriatric gaffes, unbelievable stunts, and hilarious photo shoots later, Mamika is a worldwide global media sensation.
This volume captures our feisty heroine in a range of amusing scenarios, all accompanied by her droll observations about life and living, making this book a treasure trove of witty, sardonic wisdom for readers of all ages.
About the Author
Sacha Goldberger is a photographer who specializes in fashion and advertising. His previous book, The Little Book of I Love You, has sold more than 100,000 copies worldwide. His photographs of Mamika can be viewed on www.sachabada.com. He lives in France.