A Miracle for Maggie (Paperback)

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A Miracle for Maggie (Paperback)


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Maggie Davis is a young girl who lives in Chester, Nova Scotia, near Halifax, when her beloved Uncle Nick is killed by diabetes. Maggie's father, a doctor, is greatly saddened by his brother's death, and soon has to deal with his own daughter's diagnosis with the dread disease. Various remedies are tried, including starvation diet popular at the time, but nothing works and Maggie's condition worsens. Meanwhile, in Toronto, Banting and other doctors work night and day to perfect insulin. Will they succeed in time to save Maggie and thousands of others?

Stephen Eaton Hume has written three picture books for children: Midnight on the Farm, Rainbow Bay, and Red Moon Follows Truck. He lives in Victoria, British Columbia.
Product Details ISBN: 9780888784155
ISBN-10: 0888784155
Publisher: Dundurn Press
Publication Date: November 1st, 2000
Pages: 144
Language: English

"This book was very emotional because it is based on a true story ... I recommend this wonderful book for grade four and up."