Chromosome Kids Like Me

Chromosome Kids Like Me

Chromosome Kids Like Me is a sweet, fun story that takes something complex - understanding chromosome disorders - and compares it to something we can all understand - socks! This charming book is the perfect way to teach children (and adults!) about chromosome abnormalities and what makes the people who have them special. Written by the mother of a child with unique chromosomes and reviewed by a geneticist, this easy-to-understand book will warm your heart and help you understand and explain chromosome disorders.


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Pages 26 pages
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