Here is Carrie's review:
And I love it - I also find it even better when I read it out loud!
Next week, I shall read to some preschool children and send you photos and their reactions.
I like that the language is simple, the font is big and clean, with not too many words on one page; illustrations are also relatable.
(The school bus, the messy room with toys)
I like that you interjected some humor (the toothbrush in the toaster), and at the same time , the child is also allowed to feel sad ( Halloween incident) --- it is a subtle and good way to let the child know that it can be a roller coaster journey.
I like that it provides hope (research) and also inspires the child to contribute their individual best to find a cure.
I like that you give simple practical solutions (red plate, door bell) --- I can even create a lesson plan here for kindergarten class.
I like that you explain the disease in simple terms and illustrations (healthy cell/cell with Alzheimer's disease)..
Love it love it.
Carrie ordered 40 copies for distribution in Singapore!