Striped Shirts and Flowered Pants A Story About Alzheimer's Disease for Young Children by Barbara Schnurbush
  

Striped Shirts and Flowered Pants A Story About Alzheimer's Disease for Young Children

Written by Barbara Schnurbush
Illustrated by Cary Pillo

RRP £11.50

Synopsis

Striped Shirts and Flowered Pants A Story About Alzheimer's Disease for Young Children by Barbara Schnurbush

Barbara Schnurbush helps children understand how Alzheimer's disease will ultimately change older people they are close to, such as their grandparents, and provides hints for parents to provide ways that they can help their children handle their feelings and worries.

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Format

Paperback

Author

Barbara Schnurbush
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Publisher

American Psychological Association

Publication date

15th November 2006

ISBN

9781591474760


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