Everyone hates going to the doctor - taking their medicine, having their temperature taken, maybe having to go for surgery.
This collection of poems and rhymes helps to make being sick a little less scary, with poems about broken bones, the chickenpox, having an injection and many more - with characters that will make young readers smile and laugh.
Children can sing along to Owen's Broken Bone Blues, meet Ultan Ulrich Ultrasound - the man who can look right into your insides with his magical powers - and Eliza Analyser, who looks at all your cells under the microscope.
Translated from Latvian and retold for the English market by award-winning Irish poet Catherine Ann Cullen.
Inese Zandere has been writing since 1990 and is one of the foremost poets for children in Latvia with fice poetry collections to her name. She is also one of Latvian's best-loved authors of novels and fiction, with over twenty novels published to date. Inese Zandere is also the chief editor and publisher at the Riga children's publishing house, Liels un mazMore about Inese Zandere