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[RECOMMENDED!] The Little Red Sports Car by Eleanor Troutt, illustrated by J. Chris Price. Published by the author and available through ISBN 9780615132815. $12.95.
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The subtitle of The Little Red Sports Car is "A Modern Fable About Diabetes." The story is about a car with an automatic transmission (e.g., the pancreas) that breaks. The car has to be changed to a manual transmission and needed a special additive to run again (e.g., insulin injections).

For parents of young kids with diabetes, The Little Red Sports Car offers a gentle explanation for what has happened to their body. It's a very easy read and is colorfully illustrated.

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