Helping young children understand what a pharmacist does can be a challenge. So nine students put their heads together and decided the best way would be to use verse. The doctor gave me a / prescription and said, / ''This will do the trick!''Take it to your pharmacist and / youll feel better quick!'' / So we drove across town, / and walked into the store. / I had never been inside a pharmacy before/. That Seussian rhyme is contained in Pharmacy and Me, a childrens book thats a joint effort of students and faculty advisors from Butlers College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, College of Education and Jordan College of Fine Arts. The book, designed for 5- to 8-year-olds, shows a little girl with a sore throat journeying from the doctors office to the pharmacy, where she gets the medicine that cures her.
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