Excerpts

I’m going to add a few paragraphs & ‘sneak peaks’ here so that you can have a read and decide if it’s something your children will like!

Some of them will not be published yet but I will let you know when they are about to go on sale.

Jack goes to Hospital is all about a young boy who is very poorly and has to go to hospital. He sees lots of Doctors and Nurses and he has many tests, needles and injections. My own grandson has severe polyarticular JIA (Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis) and the books I found were not very helpful. I’ve written this book for parents to read to their children and hopefully make them more relaxed and help them understand what goes on in Hospital.

Jack goes to: Hospital

Jack loves his school.

He likes to see his teachers and likes to play with all of his friends.

One day he was walking to school with his granddad.

Granddad noticed Jack wasn’t walking correctly on his right foot.

“Is your foot hurting Jack?”

Jack nodded, “Yes. Can you pick me up Granddad please.”

Granddad carried him to school.

The next morning, Jack couldn’t walk at all. His knees were swollen and his hips were very sore. His Mummy and Daddy looked at his knees.

“We need to go to Hospital and see a doctor,” Daddy said, “the doctor will check you and tell us what is wrong with your knees and hips.”

The illustrations will show what Jack and his parents do at Hospital.

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