5 edition of Alex, the Kid With AIDS (An Albert Whitman Prairie Book) found in the catalog.
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Written in English
|Contributions||Blanche Sims (Illustrator)|
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|Number of Pages||32|
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Alex, the Kid With AIDS (An Albert Whitman Prairie Book) Paperback – April 1, by Linda Walvoord Girard (Author), Blanche Sims (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 3 ratings/5(3).
Alex is new to the classroom and he thinks he can do things the others can't simply because he has AIDS. He soon learns that he's expected to be just like the rest of the pupils.
It's nice to read a book about AIDS that doesn't deal with the panic /5. Alex, the Kid With AIDS (An Albert Whitman Prairie Book) Hardcover – January 1, by Linda Walvoord Girard (Author), Blanche Sims (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 3 ratings/5(3).
While Alex is an active, alive character in the book, becoming who he wants to be, AIDS education should be multi-dimensional, in my view, not "just the facts." The model of teaching through a good plot can touch upon much more, though correct medical facts are important to convey, amidst all the misconceptions and stigmatizing continues to /5.
Alex, the kid with AIDS. [Linda Walvoord; Blanche Sims] -- Alex, a fourth Alex with AIDS, makes a new friend and learns that although he is the Kid With AIDS book, he can't misbehave in school. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Linda Walvoord; Blanche Sims.
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This book was shelved in the children’s fiction area of a public library. Alex, a fourth grader with AIDS, makes a new friend and learns that although he is sick, he can't misbehave in school Alex, the kid with AIDS Item Preview remove-circle no page number in the book. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Pages: While Alex is an active, alive character in the book, becoming who he wants to be, AIDS education should be multi-dimensional, in my view, not "just the facts." The model of teaching through a good plot can touch upon much more, though correct medical facts are important to convey, amidst all the misconceptions and stigmatizing continues to /5(3).
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Fourth-grader Michael is taken aback when new-kid Alex is seated next to him, even though his class has been told that the AIDS Alex contracted from a transfusion presents no danger unless he should have a cut or nosebleed. At first, Alex is ignored, even by the teacher, Mrs.
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score: 3, (shelved 1 time as hiv-aids-children-s) avg rating — 1, ratings — published The Boy Who Came Back From Heaven: A True Story is a best-selling Christian book that purported to tell the story of Alex Malarkey's experiences in heaven after a traffic accident in It was published by Tyndale House Publishers in and lists Alex's father Kevin Malarkey as an author along with Alex, although Alex described it in November as "one of the most deceptive books.
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Her poignant and uplifting story touched the hearts of millions when it was first. Book Title: Alex, the Kid With AIDS Author: Linda Girard Illustrator: Blanche Sims ISBN: # of Text Pages: 16 AR: N/A LEX: N/A Building Oral Vocabulary 1 transfusion 13 AIDS 27 antiseptic Prediction Questions 10 Do you think their poem will make it to the contest.
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Directed by Joe Cornish. With Louis Ashbourne Serkis, Denise Gough, Dean Chaumoo, Tom Taylor. A band of kids embark on an epic quest to thwart a medieval menace. Reading this book enabled her to relate to "Alex" the main character. We were able to see Alex do many fun things as well as the "not so fun" things that go along with having Juvenile Arthritis.
The book sends out a very positive message to children with JIA/JRA. The Q and A section at the end of the story was very helpful as well.
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It was first released in Japan on 1 November,and then was distributed to Europe, Australasia and the United States in It was arguably the most widely known game in the Alex Kidd Series, due to it being built into most Master System II consoles.