My First Factor (series)

My First Factor: Boxed Gift Set

Shannon Brush
LA Kelley Communications, Inc.
www.kelleycom.com
English
Free to families and patients

The world's first toddler books for children with hemophilia reviews basic concepts in colorful, chunky books just right for small hands. (ages 18 m-4 yr)

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My First Factor: Words, 2016

One-word concepts about family and hemophilia.

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My First Factor: Week, 2016

Regular infusions helps a toddler stay active.

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My First Factor: Fitness, 2016

Yoga, playing, laughing and good food keep a toddler healthy.

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My First Factor: Infusions, 2016

What are the steps in an infusion? A first look for toddlers.

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My First Factor: HTC, 2016

Who does a toddler meet at the HTC?

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My First Factor: Joints, 2016

Let's name all our joints! How do they work?

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My First Factor: Safety, 2016

How do I stay safe? Let's see all the ways!

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My First Factor: Camp, 2016

Your toddler will go to camp one day! What are some of the activities he will do?

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My First Factor: Hemophilia, 2016

What is hemophilia? Bruises, owie, factor!

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My First Factor: Self Infusion, 2016

My First Factor: Self- Infusion helps a toddler know that one day, just as he will tie his shoes and dress himself, he will also self-infuse.

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My First Factor Coloring Book, 2012

Illustrations from previous My First Factor books to keep your toddler busy and happy.

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Mis primeras palabras del Factor, 2012

A toddler's first book about hemophilia in Spanish!

Currently Out of Print.

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My First Factor Song

Sing Along and Teach Through Song: Bumps, bruises, falls, and "boo-boos" are all normal parts of growing up. However, for children with hemophilia, they also provide opportunities to teach your young child about hemophilia care in a way that they can remember and share with others. Lyrics by Carri Nease.

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Just A Boy

Ziva Mann, 2016
Illustrations by Tatjana Mai-Wyss
LA Kelley Communications, Inc.
www.kelleycom.com
Free to families and patients

A whimsical storybook for children ages 3-6 about an imaginative child with hemophilia who learns to control his pain as he transitions to needlesticks. Guided by loving suggestions from his mother, the boy tries different pain control techniques while imagining he is different things until he conquers his fears.

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What is Hemophilia? (Series)

Laureen A. Kelley, 1995
LA Kelley Communications, Inc.
www.kelleycom.com
English
Free to families and patients

Developmentally arranged series explains hemophilia to children using language and concepts appropriate for three age levels: preschool, school age, adolescent. Each book covers
the same topics in educationally and cognitively different ways. Note to Parents for each age level.

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Level 1: Joshua, Knight of the Red Snake

Empowering story about preschooler with hemophilia. Illustrated large-text format. Ends on a note of joy and confidence.
(ages 3–7)

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Level 2: They'll Probably Ask You "What is Hemophilia?"

Humorous story about Tony, who must
explain hemophilia to his fourth-grade
classmates. Includes glossary for children.
(ages 7–11)

Currently Out of Print.




Level 3: Tell Them the Facts!

Q&A book on hemophilia for
pre-adolescents and adolescents.
Material on genetics divided into
two sections: ages 11–14 and 14–16.
Also for teachers and parents of newly
diagnosed children. Includes glossary.
(ages 11–16)

Currently Out of Print.


Must You Always Be a Boy?

Laureen A. Kelley, 1991
LA Kelley Communications, Inc.
www.kelleycom.com
Free to families and patients

Four illustrated rhyming tales explore adult reactions to bleeds, overprotective parents, sibling rivalry, classroom bullies. (ages 3–8)

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Alexis: The Prince Who Had Hemophilia

Laureen A. Kelley, 1992
LA Kelley Communications, Inc.
www.kelleycom.com
English
Free to families and patients

True story of Alexis, youngest child of Russian Tsar Nicholas II, and how his hemophilia influenced events leading to the Russian revolution. (age 8 and older)

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