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The Little Ninja -- A Book About Childhood Absence Epilepsy

The Little Ninja -- A Book About Childhood Absence Epilepsy

Hayley Lewis


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"The Little Ninja stopped and stared off into space. He lost his cheeky smile and he had a blank face."

The Little Ninja has started staring and acting strangely. What does it mean? Can he still be a little ninja?

This book by Dr Hayley Lewis MBChB MRCGP and illustrated by James Fox Neville follows The Little Ninja as he learns about childhood absence epilepsy and how it makes him special.

The Little Ninja also includes a glossary to help explain important medical words.

ISBN : 978-1-83934-138-0

Published: 28/01/2021

Pages : 31

Size : 156x156

Imprint : Olympia Publishers

Hayley Lewis

Dr Hayley Lewis is a Cheshire-based NHS GP and mother to two very active little boys. When her eldest son was diagnosed with childhood absence epilepsy, she felt inspired to write a book to help explain the condition to her son, his friends and to also reassure children who were facing the same diagnosis.

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