Blueberry Eyes is a charming, non-fiction children's book which addresses many aspects of eye treatment, such as wearing glasses, eye patches, or undergoing eye muscle surgery. Beautifully illustrated with lively, four-color illustrations on every page, the book also touches on many of the feelings that a child may experience about his or her eye treatment. Not only does it educate, but it reassures small patients and lets them identify with a heroine who is "just like me!"
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Delightful...well written...magnificently illustrated. A developmental model for parents and children to use as they negotiate life's changes, whether that change is an illness, a loss or a surgery. -- J. Kevin Nugent, Founder and Director Brazelton Center for Infants & Parents Children's Hospital, Boston
Recommended for parent's purchase rather than library lending (no spine lettering to this oversized paperback) is a fine story for ages 3-10 which tells of a young child's eye treatment, from glasses to surgery. Positive self-esteem is the emphasis in this realistic story of illness and recovery. -- Midwest Book Review
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Book Description Health Press (NM), 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110929173244