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Mimi's Village: And How Basic Health Care Transformed It (CitizenKid) (edition 2012)

by Katie Smith Milway, Eugenie Fernandes (Illustrator)

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Title:Mimi's Village: And How Basic Health Care Transformed It (CitizenKid)
Authors:Katie Smith Milway
Other authors:Eugenie Fernandes (Illustrator)
Info:Kids Can Press, Ltd. (2012), Hardcover, 32 pages
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Mimi's Village: And How Basic Health Care Transformed It (CitizenKid) by Katie Smith Milway

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A great addition to the CitizenKid series about the necessity of basic health care. ( )
  Sullywriter | Apr 3, 2013 |
PSC Review: Here’s another informative book from the CitizenKid series. The fictionalized story of a Mimi and her family in Kenya will introduce many readers to the health problems an African village experiences. From water to malaria bearing mosquitos, we get to see how important the health care volunteer is in providing basic health care. After the story are facts about the importance of basic health care and what’s being done to solve it. If you want to introduce kids to another part of the world and show challenges that people are solving, I’d recommend all the books in this series. The website that goes will the series is also useful. Consider teaming this book up with Park’s Long Walk to Water. ( )
  brangwinn | Dec 11, 2012 |
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"There is sickness in the village where Mimi lives in Western Kenya. When her little sister, Nakkissi, becomes ill after drinking dirty water, Mimi's family must act and fast. A visit to a health clinic in a neighboring village saves Nakkissi and starts Mimi's family and her village on a path to better health through a series of simple health care measures. Using such basic interventons as oral rehydration, boiling water, bed nets, vaccinations and better nutrition for babies and mothers, Mimi's village becomes a healthy village"--Dustjacket flap.… (more)

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