When the publishers of this new childrens book about asthma sent me a copy for my opinions, I wasn’t sure if I would be able to give it a fair review. I mean, an asthmatic fish who saves the live of shark who also has asthma? My background as Respiratory Therapist is in the cold clinical world of critical care, working mostly with adults patients, but I must say, I was pleasantly surprised when I opened the book and read the story.
It’s the kind book that you would read to children maybe at school or at bedtime. Authored by David Bohline, the story is very well written and the colorful illustrations absolutely wonderful. It’s a cute little book that get’s the message across. Kinda made me wish that this kind of book was available when I was a child. I think small children with asthma will easily relate to it. I especially love the colorful fish stickers that kids can put on their inhalers.
Any material that educates people about asthma at a very young age has my vote. I give this one 5 stars !
( Not sure if stickers come with all the books, or just first edition copies)
(Disclaimer: This book was provided by Vitality Books for review. I was under no obligation to offer a favorable review.)