Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Weeds in Nana's Garden by Kathryn Harrison



Here I am reading Weeds In Nana's Garden by Kathryn Harrison . It is a wonderful book that helps kids to understand Alzheimer's disease. It a loving story about a grandma and her granddaughter. It makes me think about my grandma. Ms. Harrison is a very sweet writer, and her illustrations are so beautiful, there are lots of pretty colors. Even though it is a bit sad, the bouquet of flowers adds beauty. My mom explained to me how the "weeds" in grandma's garden are a metaphor for the tangles in grandma's brain. I highly recommend this book!

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  1. Thank-you Hailey for taking the time to read my book. It gives me great joy to see children enjoying my book!

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