Vaccines Explained (Bilingual Multicultural Children's Book)
Author: Ohemaa Boahemaa
Illustrator: Joyeeta Neogi
Vaccines Explained describes how vaccines work, their history, and why they are important. The author, a public health expert who studied cellular and molecular biomedical sciences, uses simple text to help the reader understand this topic. The colorful, multicultural illustrations help bring the book to life. This book is perfect for readers of all ages!
This book includes access to a FREE LESSON PLAN with extension activities to support both younger and older learners, and links to additional child-friendly information on vaccines.
THIS TITLE IS AVAILABLE IN MANY BILINGUAL EDITIONS.
This book is a great learning resource to help increase medical knowledge and decrease fear in all communities during a public health crisis.
- J. Basini MPH, Health Education Teacher
Vaccines Explained will reach a wide audience from pre K to middle school aged students. Facts are clearly stated and well explained. The illustrations are vibrant and accurately follow the text...the book is well written and an excellent way to explain vaccines to young children.
- Rose Puleo R.N., School Nurse
Vaccines Explained is a richly-illustrated and thoughtfully written book, ideal for explaining the concept of vaccines and germs for preschoolers through early elementary grades. The book gives parents and teachers many opportunities for conversations about how vaccines work against a variety of germs, and why vaccines are nothing to fear. The illustrations give plenty of opportunities to discuss what doctors, pharmacists, and scientists do, and how vaccines have helped people of all ages, all over the world. I recommend this timely book as an inspiration for family and classroom conversations.
- Michele Morrison, Training & Program Support Director, ParentChild+
Vaccines Explained helps children understand vaccines with simple text and multicultural illustrations
Listen to author Ohemaa Boahemaa talk about why the book Vaccines Explained is so important!