6 edition of A young man"s dance found in the catalog.
Grandma Ronnie"s grandson has a hard time adjusting to her needing a wheelchair, living in a nursing home, and not recognizing him when he comes to visit her.
|Statement||by Laurie Knowlton ; illustrated by Layne Johnson.|
|Contributions||Johnson, Layne, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.K7685 You 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005021138|
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In one exuberant picture of happier times, the boy and his grandmother dance together, and she says, A young man needs to know how to dance if he wants to get himself a girl. This metaphor of dance then symbolically carries through to a very touching ending in which the boy dances with his now wheelchair-bound grandmother/5(4).
A Young Man's Dance. A boy tries to stay close to his grandmother as she struggles with Alzheimer's disease.
Grandma Ronnie used to love to dance with her grandson in the kitchen as she baked cookies. Now she lives in a nursing home and doesn't remember the cookies or her grandson's name/5.
And the book will be used more as a teaching tool rather than a fun book to learn how to read or follow a story line. The story is about a young boy whose grandmother can't remember him or the fun things the two of them did together when they were younger.
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