If you have ever typed a child’s health or medical question into google then you know what kind of Pandora’s Box that opens. Sometimes you just want to keep things simple and look at a quick reference like say a book. Doctors from Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children have written a very user friendly guide, The A to Z of Children’s Health, that tracks from birth to age 10. Now I know what you’re thinking, we don’t need another kid’s medical book? Well, this one is Canadian (no it doesn’t just focus on hockey injuries) and is extremely user friendly. The over-sized book features big example pictures and follows the a to z format to handle one topic at a time. For instance, you can easily find information on everyday accidents and mishaps to more serious conditions like spina bifida and shingles. The guide also deals with non-physical matters like sibling rivalry and bullying. I can’t stress enough how user friendly the book is compared with other voluminous children’s health tomes, especially when you consider you usually don’t turn to these types of books when everything is okay, but when you are freaking out.