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The Sun, the Rain, and the Insulin : Growing Up with Diabetes

by Joan Maccracken

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0964601850, Paperback)

Here is a special book inviting the reader to experience the challenges of growing up with diabetes. It is not a diabetes manual. Though filled with information on diabetes, it reads like a novel. Six families with diabetes come alive through the sensitive and humorous writings of Dr. Joan MacCracken. We find ourselves drawn to their story. At the diabetes camp we meet Sam, a father privately struggling with his daughter's and his own diabetes, and Becky, a bitter teenager, resentful about her chronic condition. We share poignant moments as family members express their deepest concerns and frustrations about this incurable disease. Mac Cracken's book is filled with feelings because there is nothing cut-and-dried about diabetes

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