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Foggy Frog and the Pain Gang

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1 in 5 people live with an invisible illness causing chronic pain & fatigue. It can be difficult to explain these symptoms to others but Foggy Frog and the Pain Gang can help.

This picture book introduces readers to Foggy Frog and the Pain Gang, the characters responsible for the main symptoms faced by many with invisible illnesses. It is the first step in a wider campa
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Paperback, 32 pages
Published September 24th 2016 by LiveKen (first published September 2016)
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Melissa
Oct 05, 2016 rated it liked it
I read the kindle version of this book and purchased it as my 12 year old has ME/CFS.
This is a simple way to explain the symptoms of this medical condition, even though my son has the fatigue but not many of the pain symptoms. This will be a valuable resource to explain to people what it's like living with ME/CFS and other chronic conditions such as fibromyalgia.
Kathy
Jan 31, 2018 rated it it was ok
I won this book from goodreads.

I was hoping this book would be better. I have family members that are dealing with chronic pain and the same issues that are described in this book. Unfortunately, the book was way too short and lacking a storyline. I thought it was supposed to be a children's book? I read it to my 10 year old son and he was quite bored.

I definitely support Megan's cause and her desire to teach people about invisible illnesses. All the best to her!
Ines
Nov 23, 2016 rated it it was amazing
First of all, thank you so much to Goodreads giveaways and the author for giving me the chance to read this amazing book. I received this book today and it looked so fun that I couldn't wait one more day to start reading it.
This books tells Molly's story. The reading is easy for the kids, and the illustrations are super cute.
This story personally touches me because my mother was diagnosed a couple years ago with a chronic illness.
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