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Paperback Edition 2013
- A sensitive book that introduces the theme of Alzheimer's and Dementia
- A truly touching story from a child's perspective
- Grandma has to go to the care home now
Oscar loves Grandma, and their time together is always lots of fun. As she becomes less able to look after herself, she has to go into a care home. More and more children are encountering dementia and its effects on their families.
This touching story, told in Oscar’s own words, is a positive and practical tale about the experience.
The factual page about dementia helps children talk about their feelings and find new ways to enjoy the changing relationship. Jessica Shepherd’s sensitive first picture book has grown out of her experiences in a variety of caring roles.
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We’ve talked about Grandma in the following post World Alzheimer’s Day: Books to help your child understand:
«It is hard to explain what is happening to our loved ones when they even forget their own names. Relax, and be as sincere as you can. Kids will understand it in their own way and with their own ...»