Chocolate Moon

Chocolate Moon Chris has a difficult relationship with his dad and has always got on better with his gran who now has Alzheimer s and is in a home After a particularly bad row Chris runs away to Ireland and takes

  • Title: Chocolate Moon
  • Author: Mary Arrigan
  • ISBN: 9781842992937
  • Page: 335
  • Format: Paperback
  • Chocolate Moon

    Chris has a difficult relationship with his dad and has always got on better with his gran, who now has Alzheimer s and is in a home After a particularly bad row, Chris runs away to Ireland and takes Gran with him He wants to show her the place where she grew up one last time and help her rediscover her chocolate moon she keeps talking about A deft and sensitive expChris has a difficult relationship with his dad and has always got on better with his gran, who now has Alzheimer s and is in a home After a particularly bad row, Chris runs away to Ireland and takes Gran with him He wants to show her the place where she grew up one last time and help her rediscover her chocolate moon she keeps talking about A deft and sensitive exploration of a difficult issue.

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    One thought on “Chocolate Moon

    1. Elizabeth Sibanda

      This book tells the tale of a young boy named Chris who was very fond of his grandmother who was getting older and becoming forgetful. Chris didn’t realise that she was suffering from Alzheimer’s. His parents couldn’t cope and wanted to place her in a care home for the elderly. This really upset Chris and he couldn’t deal with the reality of this. His grandmother would always speak fondly of the time she spent on the chocolate moon with Chris’ father when he was a young boy. She told g [...]

    2. WakenPayne

      This book is completely unrealistic in terms of plot. This one is about a boy who's grandmother is suffering from Alzheimer's Disease. He decides to break her out of the nursing home (by walking out the front door, may I add), travelling across the country to her original home. This all happens without anybody noticing what is going on aside from the kid and his grandmother. I was given this in Grade 9, which is the only reason I even picked it up in the first place At least this was good enough [...]

    3. ©lukisan athirah espada

      It remind me about my family. Nearly the same stories by I still got my grandparents and they bear 6 childrens. My mother was their first child. I was taken a back by his strong will and love toward his grandma, I do love my grandparents but not as much as he does. Which makes me feel shame on myself. Such a great story and moral values I guess.

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