Can I tell you about Eczema?

A guide for friends, family and professionals

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Meet Helen - a girl with eczema. Helen invites readers to learn about this skin condition from her perspective, describing how it feels to have itchy and inflamed skin nearly all the time. She explains how different creams, ointments and other treatments can help her skin to feel better and lets readers know about other ways she can be helped and supported.

This illustrated book is ideal for young people aged 7 upwards, as well as parents, friends, teachers and nurses. It is also an excellent starting point for family and classroom discussions.

£8.99
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Press reviews for: Can I tell you about Eczema?

from the foreword by Margaret Cox, Chief Executive, National Eczema Society, UK

This excellent book explains what eczema is in language a child can understand, which will in turn make it easier for them to live a full and confident life...Eczema may be challenging but it does not have to control our lives. By telling their story in such an accessible and engaging manner Julie and Helen are helping millions of children living with eczema and I am truly grateful to them.

Julie Block, Chief Executive Officer, National Eczema Association, USA

Can I Tell You About Eczema? is an exceptionally well-written, factual book about this chronic condition. Children, along with their parents, siblings, extended family, as well as friends and teachers, are given a glimpse into what it's like to live with eczema.

Dr Iain Foulds, Consultant Dermatologist

This is a really excellent book, which explains in easily understood terms some of the everyday problems faced by someone with eczema. I know how distressing it is for children and adults with eczema and for their parents and carers. This booklet helps to explain in practical ways the challenges faced by those living with and caring for eczema.

Jill Bennett

Red Reading Hub blog

Helen tells readers how her skin often feels to her... As well as more about what can make things worse or better in the main narrative, there are additional pages about special treatments towards the end of the book; and also information about related conditions, suggestions for further reading and some supportive organisations.

Elizabeth Schlenther

Healthy Books blog

This comprehensive series of patient information books about various health problems and disabilities is aimed at children, their parents, carers and teacher, and without exception the information is well produced and clearly written... This is a really interesting, truthful and accurate picture of life with eczema, and will be useful for all who suffer from this very uncomfortable condition.

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