Did You Know Age 5-10: an information booklet for children

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Did You Know Age 5-10 is a booklet for children aged 5-10 explaining sickle cell. It is suitable for children living with the disorder, siblings, and children who need to learn more. It explains what sickle cell is, what symptoms you might get, and what happens in hospital, in a bright, accessible way.

Download a copy of Did You Know Age 5-10.

To order print copies of this 12 page booklet, please email info@sicklecellsociety.org. Please note you will be required to pay for post and packaging.

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