What Happens to Me at the Hospital?
Anette Sundfor JACOBSEN, with illustrations by Patrick YEE
For children, being hospitalised can be a bewildering experience. Parents also face the challenge of explaining medical processes in an accurate yet reassuring manner. With this in mind,
What Happens to Me at the Hospital? has been put together as a new educational resource for both parents and children alike.
Written for children aged 8–12, the book takes readers on an informative journey through the hospital. With beautiful illustrations from an award-winning illustrator, the book describes the major parts of a hospital stay in simple and comforting language, answering many of the questions that young patients may have about their hospital experience.
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