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by Moss Freedman,Kim Gosselin

Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Subcategory: Children
Author: Moss Freedman,Kim Gosselin
ISBN: 0963944932
ISBN13: 978-0963944931
Language: English
Publisher: Jayjo Books; 1st edition (January 1998)
Pages: 32
Fb2 eBook: 1362 kb
ePub eBook: 1231 kb
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This story dispels the myths and fears surrounding epilepsy in a positive, upbeat and entertaining style while explaining seizures in an understandable fashion. has been added to your Cart.

This story dispels the myths and fears surrounding epilepsy in a positive, upbeat and entertaining style while explaining seizures in an understandable fashion.

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Gosselin, Kim; Freedman, Moss, il. Uses a simple story about a young girl at school to present information about epilepsy.

Gosselin, Kim; Freedman, Moss, ill. Publication date. no page number in the book.

3. Description this book This children s book dispels the myths and fears surrounding epilepsy in a positive, upbeat and entertaining style and explains seizures in an understandable fashion. site/?book 0963944932 This children s book dispels the myths and fears surrounding epilepsy in a positive, upbeat and entertaining style and explains seizures in an understandable fashion.

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This book helps to explain what a seizure is, and normalizes the experience of having seizures.

The story offers sensitive insight into the day-to-day school life of a childĀ . 18 people found this helpful.

The story offers sensitive insight into the day-to-day school life of a child with a chronic illness. Book Details: Format: Paperback. Our endocrinologist let us borrow this book to read in the hospital.

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This children's book dispels the myths and fears surrounding epilepsy in a positive, upbeat and entertaining style and explains seizures in an understandable fashion.
Comments to eBook Taking Seizure Disorders to School: A Story about Epilepsy (Special Kids in School Series)
The_NiGGa
My youngest has a seizure disorder and I wanted a book to help explain his condition to my other 2 and this book delivers! It even helped me feel less scared too. I wish there were books about epilepsy :(
Anazan
We bought this book for our 2 yr old & her cousins & future playmates. When we read it to her the first time, she was completely absorbed; more so than with any book we've read her to date, and she's already a bookworm. She wanted it read twice more. She calls it the "essilessy" book & knows its about another kid who has seizures. Even if she has no idea what the rest of the information in the book means, she knows that the girl in the story has seizures, too. This book very obviously means something to her, even at such a young age, so it is well worth whatever we paid for it. I would replace it again and again at any cost for the value it has to my daughter.

I recommend it for use at home or with any group up through the elementary, maybe middle school, years that a child with epilepsy belongs to. Even just for use for parents to get an idea how to explain epilepsy and living with it to others using simple language and explanations. This children's book is an excellent addition to a family's epilepsy resource library.
catterpillar
Perfect! The kids LOVED this book! Quick Shipment too!
Kirinaya
Great book for any age to read. My son diagnosed with epilepsy at age 5. 2 months before starting kindergarten found this book and it was not only great for us to read at home but teachers loved it and now school has copy for them to keep in classroom. Perfect to help not only my son understand but his friends and caregivers as well!!!!
Kieel
I had high hopes, and had hoped to send this book to my recently diagnosed daughter's first grade class. I started reading, and soon realized that wouldn't be happening. The idea of the book is fantastic, and it did have some good things. Fun imagery, simple phrasing easy for kids to understand, and an emphasis on how epilepsy doesn't make you weird. But they tried to cover the more "common" types of epilepsy, but weren't able to adequately cover any of them. If I were a child, unfamiliar with the disease, I know I would be more overwhelmed and scared than anything. If I were to mark the specific pages that relate to my daughter, with the idea that I don't want to overwhelm the kids, I think it would end up still being scary because of the lack of information.
Auridora
Great book to share appreciation for differences in children!
Mr Freeman
Read book bought it for my daughter school so the kids could be informed about epilepsy and not be so scared about it
I sent this book to school for my son that is 7 and his teacher read it to the class. then when my son had a seizure in class they were not scared. it really helped explain and answer questions in a way they could understand and feel comfortable.
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