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A young girl's grandfather can’t, or doesn’t want to, remember her anymore. What did she do wrong? Understanding comes after the guilt and secrecy surrounding her grandfather's Alzheimer's disease is exposed. The story is told through the eyes of a child to help children gently understand the emotions of the affliction.
This title is available in a bilingual English–Spanish edition.
Sue Glass finds writing about children and their feelings to be a natural extension of her daily life. She has spent the past twenty years teaching young children, either as a reading specialist or a classroom teacher. She holds a BA in Elementary Education/French from Carthage College a license in Administration from Concordia, and an MA in Curriculum & Instruction/Reading from Marquette University. She is a recent winner of the Herb Kohl Fellowship Award for Wisconsin teaches. A successful day for Sue would be one in which her students were searching the Internet with a partner in order to design a plan to save endangered manatees. Sie Glass lives in Cedarburg, Wisconsin.
Although W.Yunker is not an illustrator by profession, when given the opportunity to illustrate Sue's story, he was thrilled. He's proud that his first book illustrations were for the story you're holding in your hands.