Yes very, it's the same idea. My nan loves to read but, can no longer stay focused enough to read a chapter. I'm just not sure of what things to put into the felt book. Was looking for idea's of what would catch attention.I think you may have to explain what a fidget book is.
Ive come across fidget blankets and twiddle muffs, but not a fidget book
I knitted a fidget blanket for mum with squares of different colours and textures and sewed buttons, zips, pockets, laces, small finger puppets and things on different squares. Is a fidget book similar to that?
Do you maybe have any suggestions on certain books, I don't want her to feel as if we're treating her as a child with children's books, but those are the only ones I can find in book's a million.How about buying/making her a picture book? My mother can no longer focus on reading but she likes to leaf through books with pictures of the 'old days'. She also leafs through newspapers and magazines, she focusses on the photos but she also reads out sentences from them.
That looks nice an is helpful on not making her feel as if she is reading children's learning books. Thank you, maybe I was entering it wrong in the books a million site search...These books look great....What about these books?
That's super cool an fits the era of which my nan is from, since she was born in 1945.That looks like a lovely suggestion from Canary.
As an alternative, this is the type of thing I was thinking of. This is from a UK site but it gives you the idea and I am sure similar is available in the US.