I am grateful for the opportunity to share this book with the world and to contribute in some small way to the conversation surrounding memory impairment. My hope is that "I Don't Think Grandma Knows Me Anymore" will be a source of comfort, understanding, and support for families dealing with this difficult issue.
Through the eyes of a young boy, readers are taken on a journey that explores the changes that can happen when a loved one is affected by memory loss.
Both Richard and I have our personal connection with the topic and working on this book felt like a touching tribute to each of our mothers - whilst recollection may fade the love they've shown will never be forgotten.
Published by: Olympia
Hardback, Children's book, Illustrated story book