Reviews - What do customers think about I Love My Grandpa, But...?
Makes you want to hug your family Mar 11, 2005
From the first page on I was captivated and emotinally moved. Anna Yoder has captured the very essence of what it is like to live with a loved one with Alzheimers. I shared some of the stories with my family in which we were both laughing and crying at the same time. If Oprah ever did a show on Alzheimer's, she would have to have this book made available to her viewers. Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful!
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A Bittersweet Story of a Teen's Encounter with Alzheimer's
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Here's what one reader has to say: "I Love My Grandpa But..." is a sweet narrative that touches the heart and stirs the soul. It will make you laugh, it will make you cry. I have yet to read a book on the effects of Alzheimer's quite like this one. Each little Vignette is a heartfelt window into the life of this family struggling with a Grandfather suffering from the effects of Alzheimer's. It's a very touching story. Although Alzheimer's affects people differently, Anna successfully captures the essence of what families go through with their loved ones. This book will benefit any- one who has a loved one as well as those who have no experiences with those who suffer from Alzheimer's. -R.H.