978-0-694-01324-1 / 9780694013241

What to Expect When You Go to the Doctor (What to Expect Kids)





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About the book:

Everyone knows that going to the doctor can be a little scary. For a small child who may not understand why being poked, prodded, and jabbed with a needle is necessary, the prospect is especially daunting. Enter Angus the Answer Dog, a Yorkie pup who loves to answer all kinds of questions about growing up (as seen in other titles in the wonderfully appealing What to Expect series for young children, including What to Expect When the Baby Sitter Comes and What to Expect When You Use the Potty). Angus takes young readers by the hand and guides them through a visit to the doctor's office. Each two-page spread asks a question: "Why do I have to go to the doctor?" "Why does the doctor push down on my tummy?" "What's a shot?" "Do I need one?" and more, each question anticipating the next. Then, in an extremely calm and reassuring manner, Angus answers each question. Parents and children alike will welcome the honest, clear explanations about staying healthy and will enjoy the games and ideas in each section.

Heidi Murkoff, coauthor of the bestselling pregnancy book, What to Expect When You're Expecting, creates a perfect read-aloud book to ease the concerns of kids and their parents. Laura Rader's cartoonish illustrations are fun and reassuring, contributing to the lighthearted tone of the book. (Ages 2 to 5) --Emilie Coulter

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