Charles Hurt Himself Playing: Broken Arm, Dr. Nicole Audet

Charles broke his arm after falling from a swing. With his magical doctor’s bag in hand, Felix took Charles to the hospital. Booboo and his team applied a cast on his arm. Read this story to learn the secret of broken bones healing. A family doctor wrote these picture books on diseases. There are 8 books in the Felix and Booboo series. Have fun reading all of them. They are available in paperback and Kindle versions.

Charles Hurt Himself Playing: Broken Arm is an adorable, informative and exciting children’s book that will take its young readers on an informative journey that is full of many compelling and memorable moments. Charles Hurt Himself Playing is a delightful and endearing children’s book and I believe young readers will fall in love with this quick and easy to read book. The book overall is an informative, thrilling, and fun story that children will want to re-read again! So if you happen to be a parent or know children within your family and or friend group, then already I recommend Charles Hurt Himself Playing because this is a darling book for young readers! However, if you need more convincing, then continue to read to learn more about the incredible Charles Hurt Himself Playing!

Charles Hurt Himself Playing is a charming, compelling, and captivating children’s book that will take its young readers on an entertaining, but informative journey! The reader in Charles Hurt Himself Playing will be introduced to the young protagonist of the story, Charles. Charles has broken his arm, due to an accident which involved him falling of a swing! The reader will soon follow Charles to the hospital where he will have a cast applied to his arm and this book lovers is the short premise of the incredible Charles Hurt Himself Playing!

Charles Hurt Himself Playing is an outstanding children’s book full of a host of many entertaining themes and poignant messages thanks to the exceptional author Dr. Nicole Audet. Audet is a family doctor and so she has laced her knowledge throughout this story that will inform young readers as well as prepare them subconsciously if they were to ever have an accident. Audet throughout her book entertainingly explores these medical topics and weaves them together with the story into one mesmerizing read!

Dr. Nicole Audet is an exceptional author thanks to her impeccably well-developed story, but she is also an excellent writer thanks to the themes/topics she explores throughout her story as well as her descriptions. The descriptions courtesy of Audet will dazzle and captivate young minds… so much so that your children will want you to re-read the book to them! The writing throughout this book is that of a true wordsmith and storyteller. The imagination as well as the creativity laced throughout Charles Hurt Himself Playing is remarkable and will have readers turning the pages.

Audet’s impeccable writing combined with the bright, vivid, and creative illustrations laced throughout, will send readers minds into overdrive and keep them captivated from start to finish. It was evident to me as a mother that Audet knows exactly how to entertain young readers, every part of her book was excellent and made for a truly great read for my children. So I hope you lovely parents and carers pick up this book for your little ones!

Thank you so much for reading book lovers! I appreciate it so much. Here is a preview of the book for all of you lovely readers to enjoy! Please have a read of the preview and if you find that you have loved what you have read then all you need to do is follow the links below!

Goodbye for now book lovers,

P.S. Below I have attached some links about the author and this wonderful book so if you would like to learn more about the author and the book then please have a browse. Thank you so much again for reading book lovers!

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