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  • Wonderful children's book

    This is the very best children's book explaining dementia that their grandparents may be going through, that I have ever read. Great tips on how to help your grandparent, easy to understand explanations of what is happening without over-explaining or causing unnecessary concern in children. Cute pictures and the story is interestingly written. My only problem was, it made me cry (I am an adult - old) remembering my mom with her Alzheimers. Terrible to lose a loved one through these diseases. Thank you to this author for giving parents a tool to help. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • brilliant way to teach kids about dementia

    I loved reading this book, it’s a brilliant way to teach kids about dementia. The graphics are wonderful and go with the story. It’s an excellent book to read with kids . I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • thoughtful and compassionate

    This is a thoughtful and compassionate book about a little bunny and his beloved grandfather, who is developing dementia. Aimed at young children, this book presents positive ways to deal with dementia issues. "The Day Grandpa Bunny Forgot Ben's Name: A picture book about dementia" has lovely illustrations to complement the story and is suitable to read to your child, or for them to read by themselves. This book opens a dialog with children about life altering situations and ongoing relationships. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. p.s. I also purchased this book.

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