My Mommy Has Epilepsy: Teaching Kids about Epilepsy

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DO YOU OR A LOVED ONE HAVE EPILEPSY? DOES YOUR CHILD HAVE EPILEPSY? DOES YOUR CHILD KNOW WHAT TO DO IF SOMEONE HAVE A SEIZURE? ARE YOU LOOKING FOR AN EXCELLENT CHILDREN’S BOOK TO TEACH WHAT EPILEPSY IS TO YOUR CHILD?

Millions of people have epilepsy or experience seizures. Are you one of them? Are you trying to figure out how to explain to your child or a child in your family about epilepsy and what to do if someone is experiencing a seizure?

Author Stacey Chillemi and Illustrator provide spectacular proof that children really understand more than they think. Illuminating the cartoon illustrations of confusion and fear that epilepsy can cause, this new edition of My Mommy Has Epilepsy uses lively, subversive illustrations to show how to understand what epilepsy is and what to do if someone is experiencing a seizure. This picture book is sure to elicit a clear understanding and opportunity to eliminate children’s fear of epilepsy from all who read it.

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Weight .5 kg
Dimensions 10 × 12 × .5 cm
color

Gray

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