"My Grandma's not the wrinkled kind; she's the special kind instead. She wears trainers with yellow laces and she laughs very loud. She remembers lots of things like milk carts and special songs. But some days, her remembering is not so good . . ."
As time passes, this little girl grows up and her grandma grows older. Even if at times coming to terms with Grandma's not remembering is difficult, there are still some very special things Grandma does remember - like how to make mile-high apple pie. And when Grandma suddenly can't remember who Margaret is for sure, her granddaughter reassures her: "I am Margaret. I am your remembering."
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"A remarkably sensitive account of how one family copes with senility and Alzheimer's disease, told with a warmth that is echoed in the amiable illustrations" ( Junior)
"The illustrations are fun and colourful and beautifully convey the endearing relationship many grandparents share with their grandchildren" ( writeaway.org.uk)
"This is a gentle, touching story . . . The style of the illustrations adds to the sensitive text to create a memorable story with a sweet and reassuring message" ( My Books Mag)
A wonderfully moving account of the special relationship between a girl and her grandmother who has Alzheimer's
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Book Description RED FOX BOOKS (RAND), 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110099443880