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Kids with mono webpage
I know it is hard being sick all the time - my doctor told me one day I will wake up and I will be all better!
One day soon you will wake up and forget all about being sick too!  Get Well Soon!

Everything You Need to Know About Mononucleosis

Get Well Soon, Mallory!
by Ann Martin
Reading level: Ages 9-12
Paperback (1997)

When Mallory discovers that she has mono, she is crushed that she must stay in bed for a long time, and the baby-sitters wonder what they will do without her.
A reader from Pretoria, South Africa , December 14, 1997
Always try your best to help other people
This book helps one to realise that you can always lend a helping hand, even if you are sick. I also recommend the book named "Claudia and the Bad Joke" by the same author. From Jeannie van Zyl.

Everything You Need to Know About Mononucleosis
(Need to Know Library)
by Paul Smart
Reading level: Ages 9-12
Library Binding (1998)

Discusses the nature and diagnosis of mononucleosis and how to protect against it or cope with having it.

Mononucleosis
(Diseases and People)
by Alvin Silverstein, Virginia Silverstein, Robert Silverstein
Reading level: Young Adult
Library Binding (1994)

Gr. 7-10. Readers may search for a book such as this when they have mononucleosis or know someone who does. The authors enlarge the topic by giving an epidemiological and historical context to the familiar disease and to its less familiar cousins, such as Burkitt's lymphoma and Epstein-Barr virus. Because each chapter is divided into sections, the reading seems less daunting, and the references and suggested readings are current. With black-and-white illustrations, a glossary, and list of sources for more information, this is scientific curiosity at it best. Mary Harris Veeder
Copyright© 1995, American Library Association. All rights reserved
From Horn Book
The three volumes follow a similar format, thoroughly describing each disease, its medical history, prescribed treatments, and related ailments, as well as possible methods of prevention and future prospects for research. Illustrated with black-and-white photographs, the accessibly written books also provide question-and-answer sections and historical time lines. Bib., glos., ind. -- Copyright © 1995 The Horn Book, Inc. All rights reserved.

Mononucleosis and Other Infectious Diseases
(Medical Disorders and Their Treatment:
Encyclopedia of Health)
by Jon Zonderman, Laurel Shader
Reading level: Young Adult
Library Binding (1989)

Examines various infectious diseases, including mononucleosis, chicken pox, and infections of the respiratory, gastrointestinal, and genitourinary systems.

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