Grandpa Monty's Muddles

Grandpa Monty s Muddles Grandpa Monty is a bit confused he puts the chicken in the washing machine he gets towels mixed up with napkins and gloves with socks and he s always forgetting his grandson s name Luckily his gran

  • Title: Grandpa Monty's Muddles
  • Author: Marta Zafrilla Miguel Angel Diez
  • ISBN: 9788415241171
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Grandpa Monty is a bit confused he puts the chicken in the washing machine, he gets towels mixed up with napkins and gloves with socks, and he s always forgetting his grandson s name Luckily, his grandson loves him very much and is willing to risk getting into a little trouble to try to help him remember Discussing Alzheimer s and dementia, this story will help both chiGrandpa Monty is a bit confused he puts the chicken in the washing machine, he gets towels mixed up with napkins and gloves with socks, and he s always forgetting his grandson s name Luckily, his grandson loves him very much and is willing to risk getting into a little trouble to try to help him remember Discussing Alzheimer s and dementia, this story will help both children and parents cope with tough changes in a family Offering up humor and the potent power of a smile, the book reminds readers of any age that when someone in the family is having trouble remembering things, the most valuable lesson is to not forget the importance of loving them.

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      Published :2019-02-05T11:25:23+00:00

    One thought on “Grandpa Monty's Muddles”

    1. un libro triste ya que trata un tema muy duro. Pero que puede ayudar a los más pequeños a comprender por lo que están pasando sus abuelos si tienen este problema en casa. Así como pueden poner su granito de arena^^Más sobre mi opinión en la reseña completa del blogalmalectora/2018

    2. Translated from Spanish.Lengthy read about a grandfather starting to lose his memory (Alzheimer's?), and his grandson who tries to help him remember even the little things (words for items around the house, names of family members, not putting raw chickens in the washing machine). Sad subject matter, but told with a touch of humor and sincerity.

    3. Original and touching. Rarely do children's picture books address helping a grandparent with dementia--at least not in a competent and sensitive way. I wasn't a huge fan of the illustration style; the red rings on the characters' cheeks were a bit jarring.Veg*n parents note: Whole fish and a chicken are cooked.

    4. Read it to my class and they did not enjoy it. The Spanish was difficult to understand for my students, for example words like "veis" and "haceis" which they are not used to. Plus not a single student liked the illustrations. A couple of students did relate it to their grandparents and how they don't remember things. They did find it a little funny but overall they did not like the book.

    5. El abuelo Pedro viene a vivir con Oscar y su familia porque ya no puede cuidarse bien. Se olvida de como hacer varias cosas y se olvida de muchas palabras. Oscar le ayuda, caminando con él, mirando fotos de la familia y recordandole de palabras. Es un lindo libro para leer con niños que tienen parientes con falta de memoria, pues verán que esto pasa en muchas familias.

    6. the red cheeks are creepy. the book in and of itself and the rest of the illustrations are cool. totally in Spanish. good for kids going through rough times with their grandparents who are forgetting or suffering dementia or what not.

    7. Bookaday #106. Goony, almost scary illustrations mar the message of family taking care of family in this book. Spain Spanish doesn't help either. Not going to order for library.

    8. Read for 5427 classA good picture book to help young readers whose older friends and family members have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's.

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