Grandpa Forgets

Explaining the effects of dementia to a child can be a difficult thing to do. It's hard when their loved one starts to forget things and become less self-sufficient. This book is about caring for an elderly relative who has dementia. The difficult subject matter is approached in an accessible way, with a positive tone. This story is a great resource for families who are dealing with a loved one with dementia.
• empathy
• compassion
• role in family well-being

* Reviews *

NetGalley -- Good book for the 6 and under crowd to explain Alzheimer's and dementia in the older adults in their families. Simple sentences recount the little things Grandpa forgets, such as that he's eaten, where the coffee is, etc. But then ends with things he remembers: singing, smelling flowers, and holding his granddaughter's hand. Sweet story with expressive illustrations. -- NetGalley -- Grandpa Forgets was a really touching story about a young girl's grandfather who forgets some things, but remembers what's most important to her. This would be great for any child dealing with a relative with memory loss.
Library Bound Book List: $28.25 / S&L: $21.20
eBook List: $28.25 / S&L: $21.20

Reading Level: 1-2

Interest Level: Pre-K-3

Product type : Library Bound Book
ISBN : 978-1-5081-9939-7
Author : Suzi Lewis-Barned
Copyright : 2023
Language : English
Pages : 32
Trim : 8 1/2" x 11"
GRL : L
Dewey(two) : [E]--dc23
Subject : Picture Books
Binding : Library
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