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Vaccination and You – Awful Library Books

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Vaccine and you
priest
1969

The information in this book is not so bad. It’s for seniors and it’s pretty basic. It’s simple enough that even some U.S. governors, senators and other leaders can understand the concepts. With a more modern update and illustration, it could work in 2021.

The photographs used were actually interesting. They also used painting for the pages of Louis Pasteur. Mrs. Pasteur seems to be lurking in the hallway near his lab. Instead of a quote for a painting, there is a note that Mrs. Pasteur is waiting patiently. A quick search identified the artist as Robert Tom. It was from a group of paintings commissioned by Park-Davis, Later donated to the University of Michigan. You can see the collection uploaded here.)

When we talk about children’s books, I want to emphasize that they should be held to a high standard of collection development like any adult book. Medical information regarding content should be re-evaluated every 3-5 years, regardless of age group.

Now, go take your shots everyone.

Mary

Children are vaccinated

The Theory of the Sprouts

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Closure against influenza

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