Books for Teens
by Carter, Alden R.
Although neither fifteen-year-old Mark Severson nor his diabetic cousin Randy are looking forward to the canoe trip that is a family rite of passage, they begin to enjoy themselves as they make their way through Minnesota´s lake country, until the trip becomes a fight for survival.
by Hautman, Pete
After a lifetime of being a model student, sixteen-year-old Lucy Szabo is suddenly in trouble at school, at home, with the "proto-vampires" she has met online and in person, and most of all with her uncontrolled diabetes.
by Loy, Spike Nasmyth
Spike Nasmyth Loy and Bo Nasmyth Loy, now college students, have managed diabetes since they were diagnosed at the ages of seven and six, respectively. In Getting a Grip on Diabetes: Quick Tips & Techniques for Kids and Teens, the Loy brothers help other young diabetics learn how to take charge of their health.
by Moran, Katherine J.,
Provides practical information on living with diabetes, discussing what the disease is, how to manage it, treatment options, and related issues.