THE late Wanda Nash’s Come, Let Us Age! An invitation to grow old boldly (BRF, £6.99 (£6.30); 978-0-85746-558-0) is edited by Poppy Nash and Debbie Thrower. The author, who died of cancer in 2015, was a retreat leader and writer on stress, spirituality, and Rwanda; and was married to Archdeacon Trevor Nash. In this book, she reflects on old age, its meaning, and its consequences; and, in extracts from her journals, on illness. Bridging these sections are selected extracts from her 1999 book Come, Let Us Play!