Book Review: ‘Hydrocephalus: What I Wish I’d Known’ by Harry’s HAT

08 March 2022

Our Librarian Jan reviews ‘Hydrocephalus: What I wish I’d Known’ by Harry’s Hydrocephalus Awareness Trust (Harry’s HAT).

Book Review: ‘Hydrocephalus: What I Wish I’d Known’ by Harry’s HAT

08 March 2022

Our Librarian Jan reviews ‘Hydrocephalus: What I wish I’d Known’ by Harry’s Hydrocephalus Awareness Trust (Harry’s HAT).

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When you get a diagnosis, you can feel like you’re the only family going through it.

How great to find other families who know what it’s like.

For families of children diagnosed with Hydrocephalus, this book does just that!

Many families have shared their stories about their own child with Hydrocephalus and they are all in this lovely book.  The charity Harry’s Hydrocephalus Awareness Trust (Harry’s HAT) have brought all the stories together in one picture book with lovely illustrations and Hints and Tips shared by each family.  It has been written by families for families.

There is information and support if your child needs a shunt or has to have surgery, as well as advice for starting school.

You can find out more information from their website http://www.harrys-hat.org and we have a copy of the book in our free lending library.

Janet Pugh

Librarian, Cerebra

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