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Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

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This is a very interesting book about a topic that you don’t see often. This is a children’s nonfiction book about health. Specifically the book details Lou Gehrig’s disease also known as ALS. The book takes an approach that makes it easy for children and adults alike to understand the disease. The book helps people understand what they can do as friends, family, and caretakers.

This book is a one-of-a-kind and I think everybody can benefit from reading it. I’m so glad that the author decided to write a children’s book about Lou Gehrig’s disease.

I just reviewed Who Cares? by Chanda Minor-Brigance. #chanisacaregiver #NetGalley

Jessie Brown

Kindle Customer

5.0 out of 5 stars XOs to caregivers!!!!!

Reviewed in the United States on March 17, 2021

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I highly recommend this book! The characters and illustrations are colorful and engaging. It's great for kids to understand ALS or any neurological condition. Seeing kids and adults in wheelchairs, with feeding tubes, and communication devices can be normalized when shown with love and compassion. XOs to all of the caregivers out there!

Avery Smith

5.0 out of 5 stars Lou Gehrig’s disease a.k.a. ALS

Reviewed in the United States on April 27, 2021

This is a very interesting book about a topic that you don’t see often. This is a children’s nonfiction book about health. Specifically the book details Lou Gehrig’s disease also known as ALS. The book takes an approach that makes it easy for children and adults alike to understand the disease. The book helps people understand what they can do as friends, family, and caretakers.

This book is a one-of-a-kind and I think everybody can benefit from reading it. I’m so glad that the author decided to write a children’s book about Lou Gehrig’s disease.

I just reviewed Who Cares? by Chanda Minor-Brigance. #chanisacaregiver #NetGalley

Skyler Adelson

4.0 out of 5 stars Lovely book About ALS

Reviewed in the United States on March 5, 2021

Who Cares? is a book that introduces children to Lou Gehrig's disease/ALS, telling them what it's about and a scope of what they go through as well as the care that is needed. The book is beautifully written and illustrated. It would be a perfect book to read in a classroom setting or a library story time. It would also be a perfect book for a child who knows someone that has ALS. Thanks to NetGalley and the Publisher for the opportunity to read this book! (This review is also on GoodReads.)

Payton Hillman

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