Awesome learning book for kids! I came across this ebook which I purchased for my 4-year-old, and I am so glad that I did. Not only was it informative for my little boy, but for me as well. I wanted a book to show my child just how special doctors/nurses are and this hits it. We both learned a few things by the end and the illustration is such fun! I definitely recommend this to any family, especially with members within the medical field.
Dad Doesn’t Need a Cape is a cute, fun, yet informative story that compares a dad (who is a nurse) to different superheroes. Follow along (in rhyme) with a kid who explains some of the many duties her father is responsible for while at work. Nurses and other healthcare team members play a huge role in saving lives, they just don’t wear capes!
This story makes for an excellent resource for teaching and includes fun illustrations that review:
- The human body systems
- Pain assessment tools
- Memory retention tools
Dad Doesn’t Need a Cape shares the universal message that nurses are superheroes and the role that they play is nothing short of heroic and honorable.
As a bonus, once you have completed the book, there is an assignment to help you recall some of the fun facts you learned.
If you are looking for something special to gift your favorite nurse, look no further!
About the Author
Jewel L. Arellano is the founder of Nurtured Nurses, LLC. Her passion and desire to educate, empower, and encourage may be traced back to teaching patients and training staff but transcends to nurturing children through writing. She has been a licensed nurse since 2008, obtaining her Director of Staff Development certification in 2014 and became an entrepreneur in 2020.
Jewel is a wife, mother of two girls (both under the age of six), fur mom to two dogs and fish mom to a Beta. Soon after becoming a mother, she rekindled her relationship with poetry and creative writing. A new excitement for children’s books was developed and quickly turned into an impromptu story time tradition for her family.
She stands by her belief in reading being fundamental and that there should not be any limitations placed on knowledge. Jewel believes that children may not fully understand or be able to conceptualize but, their brains are like sponges, and the absorbed information will be retained.
To find out more about Jewel and future projects, please visit nurturednursesbooks.com.