Wearing an Artificial Limb
Some people are not born with all of their limbs or lose a limb from an illness or injury. They sometimes wear an artificial limb. Readers learn about how artificial limbs help people accomplish basic tasks. This sensitive topic is conveyed in an empathetic, informative, and lighthearted way so readers can relate to the subject matter. Useful fact boxes, a detailed glossary, and vibrant illustrations enhance readers' understanding of how artificial limbs work. This resource is helpful for all readers and especially for those who wear artificial limbs themselves.