I Have Asthma, What Does That Mean?
A Children's Picture Book
by Wendy Chen, Illustrated by Izzy Bean
"Easy read for young children, and their family or friends, to learn about asthma. As a pediatrician, I think this would be a great addition to any family or school library to teach about a common illness that we shouldn't be afraid of!" - Hanita Oh-Tan, MD, FAAP
"What a great resource for both parents and children to find comfort in knowing that pediatric asthma is a common condition with great long-term outlook and quality of life with proper management. An active lifestyle is encouraged and recommended." —Juen Kim, MD, Pediatric and Adult Allergist
Asthma is treatable.
Asthma is controllable.
Asthma doesn't have to be scary.
These are the lessons the boy in this story learns, with the help of his parents, his doctor, and his imagination.
For any child with a classmate, friend, or relative with asthma, I Have Asthma, What Does That Mean? shows asthma is nothing to be embarrassed or shy about. It explains what happens during an asthma attack, and how keeping asthma under control can be a manageable part of a normal, active lifestyle.
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