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Little Charles Hits a Home Run

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2013

    KIRKUS MEDIA BOOK REVIEW Barrow, a cancer education advocate, an

    KIRKUS MEDIA BOOK REVIEW
    Barrow, a cancer education advocate, and Crutchfield, a University of Minnesota dermatology professor, weave an impressive amount of information about skin cancer around Charles’s small-scale heroics. Young readers will learn about the science of solar rays, how to recognize possibly cancerous spots on the skin, and how to use clothes, shade and sunscreen to protect themselves. Also, they’ll understand why tanning beds aren’t just a threat to health but a target of dermatological scorn.

    Sigmund’s storyboards and explanatory graphics are colorful and catchy, although Charles appears to be wearing a left-handed mitt on his right hand. The authors’ “SunAWARE” protocol is a rigorous one: apply sunscreen every two hours, cover up almost religiously and take meticulous notes about skin blemishes. It’s a lot to ask of kids, but the book distills these lessons into a useful, engaging teaching tool that should find a welcome place in homes, school libraries and pediatricians’ waiting rooms.

    A fact-filled but easily digestible skin cancer primer for ages 8–12.
    -Kirkus Indie, Kirkus Media LLC

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 5, 2012

    A novel approach to educating children and their parents about s

    A novel approach to educating children and their parents about staying safe in the sun. Tons of interesting facts sprinkled throughout the story. Well done.

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