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leelee_22
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Re: Check this out...funny story

Good Morning
Thank you for your reply.

I will look at that link for scoliosis as well.

Fortunately, hers is mild and may not need treatment depending on her enless growth spurts. An yes the braces are much less envasive now.

I think it would be interesting to see it in todays light, it may not scare so many. I bought "Deenie" for her. She thought I was being dramatic. And so many think it is a girls problem, a son of a friend of mine was diagnosed as well.

Have a great day!!
Lee lee
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CurvySAT05
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Re: Check this out...funny story

Lee,
You might also want to check out www.spinekids.com. SpineKIDS is an website for kids and their parents dealing with Scoliosis. It has lots of useful information as well as a forum like this one that is fully moderated.

On the SpineKIDS note, Judy, the kids at SpineKIDS all love Deenie! Thank-you for writing such great books for young readers (and the older readers too).
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Judy_Blume
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Hi CurvyS,
Thanks for reminding me about SpineKids. Sounds like a very good site. i'll check it out again later. Glad the SK kids relate to Deenie.
XX Judy





CurvySAT05 wrote:
Lee,
You might also want to check out www.spinekids.com. SpineKIDS is an website for kids and their parents dealing with Scoliosis. It has lots of useful information as well as a forum like this one that is fully moderated.

On the SpineKIDS note, Judy, the kids at SpineKIDS all love Deenie! Thank-you for writing such great books for young readers (and the older readers too).

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