Books with medical information for children
From 300 copies or more ...

Noozi's children's books are cheerful, carefully illustrated and in a handy size 19 x 19 x 0,4 cm. Printed in full color on high quality paper, paperback cover in sulphate cardboard and softtouch laminate. All books are available in Dutch, and some of them already in English.
Just send me an e-mail if you are interested.

 

'Look, my joints’
For children with child rheumatism. Also called JIA.


If you have JIA or child rheumatism you suffer from inflammations in your joints. And just like strep throat, this can hurt a lot. Not fun! With strep throat your immune cells ensure that you become better again after a while. But if you have rheumatism, the inflammation won't go away spontaniously! Your immune cells start to fight with your own, healthy cells and you have to go to the children's hospital to get treatment! If your rheumatism is not treated properly, your body can suffer major damage and we do not want that, right?

48 pages. Some pages as an example:

© 2018

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Copyright © tekst en beeld Esther Lekanne

'These are my organs’
To prepare children for organ or tissue transplantation.


This book is about transplantations. It has nothing tot do with plants, but all with organs and tissues. You will discover what a transplantation means and which organs and tissues can be transplanted. And there are quite a lot of them. You will also see that your body is equipped with a large army of brave fighting cells. They fight against splinters, flu and other invaders but sometimes also against a new organ or new body tissues. "You're going down!" they scream!
Every transplantation is realy, realy exciting!

48 pages. Some pages as an example:

© 2018

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Copyright © text and illustrations Esther Lekanne

'These are my kidney's’
For children with kidney damage or impaired kidney function.


Drip, drip, spatter splash. Your kidneys are crazy about water and they can do a lot! Do you want to discover how your kidneys ensure that body cells do not dry out, why they are filter champions, and who their best friends are? You read and see it all here. Your kidneys are mega-cool!

48 pages. Some pages as an example:

© 2017

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Copyright © text and illustrations Esther Lekanne

'This is my back’
For children with scoliosis or other spinal deformity.


A spine consists of 3 types of vertebrae, a sacrum and a tailbone. They fit perfectly in and on each other, just like Lego blocks. In this book the vertebrae are called Sally Strong, Peter Powerful and Tina Tough. They do not like to be crooked or twisted because then they will wobble and lose their balance. Also the messages that are sent through the spinal cord do no longer all arrive anymore. Oops!

48 pages. Some pages as an example:

© 2017

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Copyright © text and illustrations Esther Lekanne

'This is how I breathe’
For children with asthma.


Your lungs get oxygen from the air, but in our air we also have unhealthy substances such as fine dust, house dust, animal dander, pollen and dust that can make you sick. Fortunately, the cleaning teams in your body clean everything again. But if you have asthma, they sometimes overreact. Do you want to know what exactly happens in your body? Then this story is definitely for you.

48 pages. Some pages as an example:

© 2016

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Copyright © text and illustrations Esther Lekanne

'Lots os sugars’
For children with type 1 diabetes.


Ine, Lucie, Lien, Niels and Sien, together the insulins, are the most important guests at the party in your stomach. If they do not show up, they can be injected with a magic pen and they can still save the hungry little ones.

48 pages. Some pages as an example:

© 2015

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Copyright © text and illustrations Esther Lekanne

'This is my heart!’
For children with a congenital heart defect.

In this book you can see where your heart is located between the other organs. It explains how your heart beats, why it pumps and what heart defects can occur. Also your blood circulation and oxygen uptake of the blood is described and illustrated in a very simple way.

Blood-curdling exciting and very cool!

48 pages. Some pages as an example:

© 2014

 

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Copyright © text and illustrations Esther Lekanne


'Look, my head’
For children who want to know everything about epilepsy.


This book explains what happens in your head, what neurons are, how they can send and process information, and how they can sometimes cause a short circuit. Whether your epileptic seizures are dangerous or not? You will learn all about it.

The book can also prepare children for an EEG study and can help explain why taking medications is so important.

44 pages. Some pages as an example:

© 2014

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Copyright © text and illustrations Esther Lekanne


'Look, I'm strong’
For children who are diagnosed with cancer.


This book explains that cancer has everything to do with cells. But what exactly is a cell? And what does a cell do? What is a tumor? And how can a cell turn into cancer? 'Look, I'm strong' is not only a big support for children when they got this bad diagnosis but also for parents. The story also focusses on the healing opportunities.

48 pages. Some pages as an example:

© 2013

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Copyright © text and illustrations Esther Lekanne

'Look, I grow’
For children who need growth hormone therapy due to a lack of own growth hormone.


This book explains what hormones are, what they do in your body and how each night, before bedtime, you need a injection with a special magic pen. Because growth hormone can not be given as a pill. Together with growth hormone Max and cel Sarah, the injections become a fun evening ritual.

'Look, I grow' was chequed by Prof. Inge Francois, child endocrinologist at the University Hospital of Leuven.

36 pages. Some pages as an example:

© 2011

 

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In addition to medical children's books, you can also contact me for information brochures, flyers, posters, didactic materials, etc. Do not hesitate to contact me if you have a question or a nice idea.


Contact & info: esther@noozi.be
+32 (0)478 771 885

 

Latest update 03/07/2018

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