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Chronicles of Zazzles': Connective Tissue Issues
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Zazzles is a beautiful zebra who loves to rhyme, solve problems, teach, and do science things. She grew up suffering from many things, but never let it stop her from achieving her dreams. Find out about how Zazzles adapts to her Connective Tissue Issues in this very first children's book in the Chronicles of Zazzles series!
Written By Alexix Emery a.k.a. Robin Powers
Illustrated by Daniel Butler
Well written with so much real life experiences used in a lovely prose. Enjoyable for all ages
A great introduction to understanding Ehlers Danlos Syndrome
The story was slightly jumpy in the time line but it was a great book that can help both young and old understand EDS a little bit better.
It is written in a singsong/rhyming way but done well. There is only one page that gives terminology which is a perfect introduction to the basics of EDS.
The illustrations are bright and detailed and catches the readers eye.
Loved the book and so did my little Zebras. I am looking forward to sharing it with teachers, friends and providers alike. It certainly made me choke up a little bit to be able to read something to my 7 year old that he could relate with.
The book is 22 pages long. It’s split down the middle 11/11 for illustration and word pages.