My Mom Has Multiple Sclerosis: Gail Explains MS to Kids

  • Title: My Mom Has Multiple Sclerosis: Gail Explains MS to Kids
  • Author: Rebecca Clary
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 367
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • My Mom Has Multiple Sclerosis Gail Explains MS to Kids Multiple Sclerosis affects million people worldwide The majority are diagnosed during their twenties or thirties Thus parenting with Multiple Sclerosis is common Gail explains Multiple Sclerosis
    Multiple Sclerosis affects 2.5 million people worldwide The majority are diagnosed during their twenties or thirties Thus, parenting with Multiple Sclerosis is common Gail explains Multiple Sclerosis using terms kids can understand Gail s story promotes family involvement in every day activities, and reinforces maintaining a positive attitude no matter the circumstanceMultiple Sclerosis affects 2.5 million people worldwide The majority are diagnosed during their twenties or thirties Thus, parenting with Multiple Sclerosis is common Gail explains Multiple Sclerosis using terms kids can understand Gail s story promotes family involvement in every day activities, and reinforces maintaining a positive attitude no matter the circumstances.

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    1. Using animals in place of people keeps the children's attention, and at the same time lessons the scary impact that learning about multiple sclerosis can have on the children. The disease is well explained. My only problem with this book is that the font isn't the best choice. It's tiny and easy to overlook, and will give parents with trouble seeing a hard time reading it to their kids.

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