Beatty, Monica Driscoll. My Sister Rose Has Diabetes. Health Press, c 1997. The issues of diabetes told first by a sibling and then by Rose, who has diabetes. Ages 7-10.

Betschart, Jean. In Control, A Guide for Teens with Diabetes. John Wiley & Sons, c 1995. Ages 12 up.

Betschart, Jean. It's Time To Learn About Diabetes: A Workbook on Diabetes for Children. Revised Ed. John Wiley & Sons, 1995. Ages 10 up.

Block, Jed. The Best Year of My Life: Book 1: Getting Diabetes. Jed Block, Appleton WI, c 1999. A book about diabetes written in the voice of a 7 year old girl who's newly diagnosed. Ages 9-12.

Caring For the Diabetic Soul. American Diabetes Assoc., Inc., c 1997. Helps for dealing with the emotional challenges of daily diabetic care. Ages 15 up.

Carter, Alden. I'm Tougher Than Diabetes. Albert Whitman & Co., 2001. Nine year old Natalie explains what type I diabetes is and what she has to do in order to keep healthy. Ages 5 - 9.

Goldmann, David R. MD, editor. American College of Physicians, Home Medical Guide: Diabetes. Dorling Kindersley, 2000. Causes, treatments, and practical advice. Ages 11 up.

Gosselin, Kim. Rufus Comes Home. JayJo Books, MO, c 1998. A young boy is diagnosed with diabetes in the hospital and makes a new and loving friend in Rufus, the bear with diabetes. Ages 5-9.

Gosselin, Kim. Taking diabetes to School. Jayjo Books, LLC, St. Louis, MO, 2nd ed. 1998. Contains an instructive story of a grade school boy with diabetes who tells his classmate about the disease and how he manages it. Ages 5-9.

Gosselin, Kim. Trick or Treat For Diabetes. JayJo Books, 1999. A Halloween story for kids living with diabetes. Ages 6 - 10.

Huegel, Kelly. Young People & Chronic Illness. True Stories, Help, & Hope. Free Spirit Pub., c 1998. Ages 12 up.

Loy, Spike Nasmyth. Getting a grip on diabetes: quick tips and techniques for kids and teens. American Diabetes Association, c 2007. Ages 10 – 17.

Mazur, Marcia Levine. The Dinosaur Tamer and Other Stories for Children with Diabetes. McGraw Hill, c 1996. A collection of 25 stories portraying children with diabetes doing usual things such as expressing their emotions, coping with difficulties, and having fun. Ages 7 - 12.

Peacock, Carol Antoinette. Sugar Was My Best Food: Diabetes and Me. Whitman, 2000. An 11 year old boy describes how he learned he had diabetes and how he learned to cope with the changes in his life. Ages 7 - 12.

Peacock, Judith. Diabetes. Lifematters, c 2000. Discusses symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, control and complications of diabetes. Ages 12 up.

Pirner, Connie White. Even Little Kids Get Diabetes. Albert Whitman, 1994. Ages 3-5. Written for children who have recently learned that they have diabetes.