The challenges of Parkinson's disease extend beyond those diagnosed to the whole family unit, including those most vulnerable, our children. Not sheltered from the reality of this disease, many children observe the challenges grandparents, other relatives and sometimes their own parent faces. Bearing witness to these changes if not explained, can lead to a normal fear of the unknown and anxiety. Education is an integral part of learning to cope with this disease. These books were written to serve as a catalyst for further conversations about Parkinson's with the youngest members of our families.