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Newspaper Hats af Phil Cummings
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Grandpa remembers many things from long ago, but he has trouble remembering his granddaughter, Georgia. In this moving story, a little girl helps her grandfather reach his memories through the simple act of making hats from folded newspaper. A gentle yet powerful story about the love and memories that bind families together.… (mere)
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This is a touching story of a little girl interacting with her grandfather who has Alzheimer's. When Georgie and her father go to visit her grandfather she is wondering if he will remember her. He remembers things from long ago like when he and his brother are little, baking with his mother and even his time in the war, but does not seem to remember Georgie. Using pictures in his room and the newspapers he has around they make paper hats to help him remember things. They give hats to the other residents and have a happy afternoon. Dealing with a loved one with Alzheimer's is tough for adults but it is even harder for children to understand. This story gently shows how they can interact with grandpa or whoever it may be, and still enjoy their company even if they do not remember them. This is a great book to read aloud to young children who have a loved one with Alzheimer's but also is a good book for adults to use to show them how they can speak to their children and help them to understand as well. This is a great book to have in public libraries for families to access, perhaps a section on dealing with various difficult issues that children need support with.

I received this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ( )
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Grandpa remembers many things from long ago, but he has trouble remembering his granddaughter, Georgia. In this moving story, a little girl helps her grandfather reach his memories through the simple act of making hats from folded newspaper. A gentle yet powerful story about the love and memories that bind families together.

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