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NNLM NER Shares Resources on Graphic Medicine for Kids and Teens

Posted Dec 30, 2019 by OET Staff
Category: National

NNLM NER is promoting graphic medicine as an effective tool for communicating health and wellness information to kids and teens. Graphic Medicine uses comic books and graphic novels to share fictional and non-fictional stories of illness in a format that is easy to understand and digest. Read “Graphic Medicine for Kids and Teens” to learn more about this approach, and how libraries, schools and community groups in the New England region can receive a Graphic Medicine Book Club Kit free of charge.

Graphic Medicine for Kids and Teens


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