Ice Cream with Grandpa: A Loving Story for Kids about Alzheimer’s and Dementia is a comforting and supportive text to help kids understand changes.
Browsing: Intergenerational Stories
The Crabtree Monsters is an engrossing read with some important messages about family, self-belief, and American society.
Join us on this virtual book tour for Chris Wieland’s The Crabtree Monsters, an engrossing read with some important messages.
Rajani LaRocca’s I’LL GO AND COME BACK is one of the sweetest, most heartwarming picture books there is on the topic of missing family.
My Dad, My Rock is a delightful book for sharing, and perfect for Father’s Day. Pencil illustrations in soft shades add a dream-like quality to the story.
Play It Again, Grandpa is a lovely tribute to how music can create community and how it can be passed down from generation to generation.
With pastel illustrations and an elegant text, Hope, written and illustrated by Matthew Cordell, tells the tale of life’s passage.
Maria Monte’s sweet picture book, Eve’s Ducklings, is an approachable story that highlights the importance of not giving up.
Bizzy Bzzz the Bee and Grandpa’s Tea is a delightful story about a grandfather and his grandson and their morning adventure. Author Travis Peagler created fantastic rhymes that tell the story clearly and are relatable to the audience.
Julia Kuo is a Taiwanese-American illustrator who has worked with The New York Times, Google, and Science Friday. Here we explore I DREAM OF POPO.