“The Hospital Book” by Lisa Brown is a heartwarming children’s guide designed to ease fears and empower young minds during hospital visits. This article explores the delightful story that follows a young protagonist’s journey through a hospital stay. Join us as we delve into how the book sensitively addresses medical procedures, emotions, and the support system that surrounds young patients. With its engaging storytelling and vibrant illustrations, “The Hospital Book” helps children understand and embrace the hospital experience with courage and resilience, making it an invaluable companion during challenging times.
Patrice Badami 0:00
Hi, this is Patrice Badami, with Acorn to Tree Children’s Book Review. Today I have a book called The Hospital Book. This book, it’s written by Lisa Brown. It teaches children how to cope with things that happen when they’re in the hospital. It talks about IVs. It talks about X rays, it talks about all different things that actually go on in the hospital, including a blood pressure cuffs, and it helps children to see what’s happening so that they’re prepared for if they have to make a hospital visit. It teaches them that it’s some things are uncomfortable, it’s a fact and to say that it’s not going to hurt isn’t always an accurate thing, or a helpful thing to say to a child. So here, it teaches children everything. Once again from blood pressure cuffs here, it’s talking about here how she’s getting an IV. It shows here in actual detail. So this book is a great book to help your child if they’re about to go through a procedure at the hospital. And it’s a great idea for a book, and it’s very helpful. I found it helpful when my daughter had to get a mild surgery that she was able to look at this book and see what’s going to happen. It’s by Lisa Brown The Hospital Book and see if this can help you and your family