Picture books about being sick
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Picture Books About Sickness
When Bear is too sick to play, his animal friends go to his cave to make him soup and tea and keep him company. When his friend Daisy gets sick, Peter sends her more gifts each day of the week until she feels better. When Sam has a cough, Mrs. Bear tends to him all through the cold night. Why are the hyenas crying boo-hoo? And what gave the rhino a sickly green hue?
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The tissue box in the school library is almost empty again. Between the students and me, we are making short work of it. Of course, many of the kids are at home sneezing and blowing their noses. My friends in the medical world tell me there are long lines in their offices. If you have a sick child at home who would enjoy a fun story along with their chicken soup, here are five good books about being sick.
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Each sticks to what made the first books in their series so popular. But after a nap and lunch he perks up, and the tables turn: Now it is Mama who feels ill and Llama Llama who takes care of her. The book ends with both llamas in bed, comforted by a shared book, the perfect way to spend a sick day. Meanwhile, the otherwise nameless Bear is always in need of something. Whether tired, hungry, scared or, in this case, hampered by a loose tooth, Bear can count on his loyal band of woodland creatures Mouse, Hare, Owl, Badger and Wren. They all come to the rescue, and all is well until the last page when some new trial inevitably arises typically, the selfless friends who NOW find themselves in want.
These are the books we read when someone in our family is feeling under the weather. Who can resist the charming, easy rhymes of Anna Dewdney? This is a must-read for any kid and their parents on a sick day. Kids can relate to Llama Llama as he and his mama deal with illness. Ages 2 - 5. Sometimes seeing a familiar face can help us feel better.
A Mott child life specialist shares several books that can help. Books that address these sensitive health topics, read together as a family, might prompt shared conversation and comfort especially when an adult is unsure how to start. Her favorite titles share several qualities: accurate information, a suitable balance of words and images, and an age-appropriate yet honest approach to the subject matter. In her own words, Rentz shared 10 titles she recommends to Mott patients and their families. This is one of my favorite books. Jack has a little sister, Molly, who is in and out of the hospital. They keep it universal; they never specify what she is sick with.