Publishers Note :Corey, a fourth-grader, explains how his color deficiency caused problems in kindergarten. Along the way Corey learns about the special way he sees colors. His color confusion is a physical condition that many people share. It has nothing to do with how smart he is and he doesn't let it get in his way. Corey's story is followed by a simple explanation of CVD--what it is, how many people have it, how they got it and the kind of problems it might cause. Find out about testing for CVD too. MOM'S CHOICE AWARDNext Generation Indie Book AwardNational Indie Excellence Book AwardEndorsed by the nation's leading color vision experts: I?m happy to say that All About Color Blindness will give children and parents alike the information they need to understand the basics of color vision. - Dr. T.L. Waggoner, author of Color Vision Testing Made Easy[A]n easy to understand and scientifically correct introduction to the color vision world of kids with a color vision deficiency. Informative and useful for the kids themselves, and their parents, teachers and friends. -Michael S. Loop, Ph.D., U of Alabama School of OptometryCorey's insights are easy to read and very informative for color vision deficient children, as well as for their friends, parents and teachers who want to help. -"Color Deficiency News," All About Vision
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Author Name: T. J. Waggoner
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
Product Dimensions: 8.75 * 0.25 * 8.75 cm
Boxed-Product Weight: 0.22g
Quick Code: QCBO6831859
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