The Memory Box
ISBN: 0140284117
EAN13: 9780140284119
Language: English
Pages: 288
Dimensions: 0.73" H x 8.43" L x 5.85" W
Weight: 0.79 lbs.
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Zach is excited---three weeks of fishing Gramp's lake and eating Gram's cooking. Their first day together is so good, Gramps calls it a 'Memory Box' day. But Zach isn't prepared for the story about the memory box. It's a box to save the memories forever; and it's especially for Gramps because he has Alzheimer's disease. The three of them spend their days together filling the box, with new memories and old. And all three support each other, building strength to handle whatever comes.

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   A nice way to help kids cope with Alzheimer's
I was interested in this book because of a family member who was battling Alzheimer's. It can be a nice complement to how parents explain the condition of a loved one fighting this disease. I would have liked illustrations that were more than photo conversions. The story line is good and the idea of a Memory Box is worth saving.
   Life's Special Memories
The book focuses your mind on the good memories you have with your loved ones. Children have an excellent chance to remember and keep their memories alive. It is important to focus on the good and not the bad.
The product was delivered quickly. I needed this product to do a presentation for my class. I appreciate the fast service and low price.
   This is one of the best books I have found to help elementary age children understand the changes some older people go through.
When my father passed away, I decided to donate this book to the local school. I bought copies of this book for my three grown children as Christmas gifts in memory of their grandpa. The book is gentle and compassionate and is an appropriate aid in explaining Alzheimer's Disease to the young relatives of someone who is suffering from the disease.
   Too Americanized
It's very Americanized and used as part of aMemory box topic. The story is not relevant for my class.