This picture book is dedicated to children with a Congenital heart defect, also known as CHD. Explore the day in the life of a young girl with CHD through bright, colourful illustrations and text.
Perfect for teachers, parents and children alike, this book will bring awareness of the condition and teach children how to be supportive and be kind. This is the third book released from The abilities in me book series.
This collection of books show how each child can celebrate their abilities within their disability, find acceptance and create awareness to those around them. This picture book is aimed for children between the ages of 3-8 years.
The character in the book is dedicated to Ivy Adams.
Published by - The abilities in me
Written by - Gemma Keir
Illustrated by - Adam Walker-Parker
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I wish this book was around for my daughter when she started to ask questions... She is now 15yrs old and living life to the fullest. I'm so thrilled that this book is here for parents and young children... so very helpful!
What a great book! My son has many complex conditions including CHD do it’s great to be able to read a book to him about it that is child friendly. I would also be very interested in books for schools. Knowledge & understanding really supports inclusion.
My twins, 8, both have varying degrees of complex CHD and as they get older, more questions are being asked of us about their conditions. We first had this book when they were in year 2 and they were both proud to share the book in their class with their peers. It's probably the first book that allowed my children to open up to others by using the pictures and explainations. The book is still often picked up at home now when they have a quiet read. For my daughter, coupled with the tube feeding book, it is brilliant. Thankyou!
This has been do helpful at explaining my daughter's heart issues to her older brother. My little girl loves looking at the pictures, it's going to be so helpful talking to her when she's bigger.
This is my daughters favourite book, it’s worded so well and the pictures are fantastic. It’s been taken into school several times for her to share with her friends.