Logan and Emily Files: P.J.’s Perplexing Predicament by D.C. Spaar:#RWYK CERTIFIED GREAT READ #REVIEW
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Logan and Emily Files: P.J.’s Perplexing Predicament is our latest certified great read.
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Logan and Emily Files: P.J.’s Perplexing Predicament
A children’s book about Alzheimer’s to create awareness and open conversations between parents and kids.
Logan and Emily (ages 11 and 10) are not only best friends, but they are partners in solving their town’s toughest mystery cases.
However, Logan’s world is turned upside down when he’s assigned his most important case yet – finding his missing grandpa.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Mom of two grown kids and a six-year-old labradoodle. Currently, working multiple jobs: hairstylist, banquet server, author, and volunteer. Love to read!
Connect with her at www.dcspaarbooks.com
HERE’S OUR REVIEW
When a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, the effects on the family can be overwhelming. The reality that someone you care for has Alzheimer’s can trigger a range of emotions — including anger, fear, frustration, and sadness. If you’re concerned that the stress of Alzheimer’s will tear your family apart, be sure to read our latest certified great read, Logan and Emily Files: P.J.’s Perplexing Predicament written by D.C. Spaar. The book offers a great opportunity for kids to understand and care for someone with Alzheimer’s disease!
Logan and Emily Files: P.J.’s Perplexing Predicament follows the story of two best friends, Logan and Emily. They are on a mission to help a secret department of the police called, “The Finders,” to find some pretty important lost things. Logan’s life is changed when he is assigned the task of finding his own grandfather, Papa John. Logan begins to worry. He can’t understand why Grandpa keeps getting more and more forgetful these days. His relationship with his PJ(Papa John) changes when he is diagnosed with a disease named Alzheimer’s. Logan doesn’t know what to do, but with a little help from Agent Moon(a secret agent of the police department) and his mother, perhaps he can find a way to help him remember.
Managing Alzheimer’s is a difficult journey for many families but there is an opportunity to gain from involving children in the process. With the help of this book, author D.C. Spaar wants to encourage more kids to play a part. Her hope is that this kid-friendly and the imaginative book will help many children better understand what is happening when a loved one has Alzheimer’s so they feel more comfortable staying involved.
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