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Proportions of Deja Review Pharmacology 3rd Edition PDF
- Publisher : McGraw Hill / Medical; 3rd edition (February 5, 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 272 pages
- International Standard Book Number-10 : 1260135675
- International Standard Book Number-13 : 978-1260135671
- Item Weight : 11.4 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.6 x 8.9 inches
Reviews From Customers
Topics include flatulence, excrement, and talking with the dead
August 1, 2021
I ordered this book based on looking at the preview and seeing the impressive illustrations. I always read children’s books to determine if the content is appropriate, before reading them with my grandchildren or giving them the books to read on their own. This book is recommended for 4-8 year children.
– In this book, my 4-year old grandchild would learn the word “fart” and how maybe to spell it. Some 4 year olds may already know the word, but neither I nor my daughter find this to be appropriate content for the children. The book also presents the word in a somewhat disparaging way relating to the father of the child in the book.
– There is a page of dense prose that most 4 and 5 year old children may not want to read or be able to read on their own. This is just as well because it is really a diatribe that portrays the child’s father in a very negative way. We also here about dog poop in this paragraph.
– The child talks with his dead grandmother. This seems very inappropriate, for many reasons, to put in a book for 4 to 8 year old children. If there have been any deaths in the family including grandparents, this may be traumatic for young children; it may be in conflict with belief systems within the family, and it may awaken some fears of the supernatural in some children.
The whole story is about a young child with no friends who is forced to play by himself, not even appreciated by his dog, who lives in a home with a strict, authoritarian, and overbearing father. The child creates a make-believe world with the help of some magic candy, or a real magic world, depending on how the reader interprets the story. The book attempts to redeem the relationship with the child’s father and the dog, but the redemption offered is weak.
The illustrations are visually striking and well done, they remind me of old claymation television shows from the 1960s, like the Gumby shows, except done in high resolution and with beautiful surrounding graphics.
Really, this is more of an adult-themed book, in the guise of a children’s book. It is somewhat cautionary to adults about the perceptions of children in a very authoritarian environment.
I can’t recommend this book for children, and I won’t be reading this with my grandchildren or passing this book along.
August 1, 2021
In the world today where children are endangered of eating Tide pods or getting into mom’s medications or swallowing small toys, we see this childrens book about magic candies. I’m cautioned once again about buying children’s books on line. A small sample is not enough to see all the way to the end and the destructive message it brings. You need to purchase childrens books where you can read the whole book to see if the message is one you truly want to convey. I’ve purchased children’s books on line that I ended up discarding because they sent the wrong message. A 4 year old doesn’t need to be told he needs magic pills in order to make friends.
Not a good book. Bizarre Fragmented storyline.
August 2, 2021
Preschoolers first acid trip. Hard to read and just a bizarre storyline that may be significant in Asian cultures but just doesn’t translate to anything that my kid could grasp, Or even wanted to. Kid gave up about halfway through and said it was dumb. Not even the artwork could save it. It’s a shame it was written strictly for Asian audience and not for other cultures to try to understand Asian culture a little better.
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