Handles a difficult topic brilliantly.This award-winning picture book uses captivating images and tells a compelling story about a young girl and her Nana within a magical garden. It engages kids while also cultivating an understanding of dementia diseases like Alzheimer’s.
Reviews from Experts
Second Place Winner in Children’s Fiction Category from Authors Talk About It Book Contest:
Announced November 1, 2017.
“‘Every library, every doctor’s office, every child’s home bookshelf and every counselor’s office should have a copy of Kathryn Harrison’s Weeds in Nana’s Garden.” ~ Reviewers Comments for Authorstalkaboutit.com
Kathryn Harrison Named a Top Aging Influencer of 2017:
“These are some of the hardest working people in aging. Their work may not be headline grabbing but it’s worthy of your attention” ~ Patrick Roden of Aginginplace.com
Caregiver’s Companion Reviews Weeds in Nana’s Garden:
“A must experience for children of all ages” ~ Sissy Bown for Caregiverscompanion.org
Five Stars and Silver Medal Awarded by the Wishing Shelf Book Awards:
“‘The illustrations are lovely and really add to the well-thought out story. It’s a sad story but that’s okay; it’s a sad disease. I would be delighted to have this in the school library.’ Primary Teacher, aged 55” ~ Readers Comments for The Wishing Shelf Book Awards.
FIVE STARS REVIEW from Readers’ Favorite:
“Great job by the author of this children’s book; it was simple and easy to understand! I loved this story.” ~ Tiffany Davis for Readers’ Favorite