“Green Kitty” a grandchild’s view of Alzheimer’s
Alexandra Faer Bryan has a new children’s book, “Green Kitty.” It’s a must-read and has placed as a finalist for “Best Books 2011.”
About a grandmother recently placed in assisted living and her visiting grandchild. This story weaves information and caregiving suggestions about dementia and Alzheimer’s disease subtly into the storyline of this educational and entertaining work.
Green Kitty will capture the imagination of any child as it retells the laugh-out-loud true antics of the author’s family pets and farm animals. These are amusing, earthy stories which will appeal to both parents and children.
It was developed for the unique age group of 8-12 year olds. The work is one of six finalists for “Best Books 2011? in children’s fiction by USA Book News. The book was written to be educational but it is being recognized as entertaining fiction.
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