It's cute, but the homeopathic information is certainly not something you'd read to a child, yet it's too scanty to offer any real illumination to an adult. So who is this book made for?
Because of the name, I imagined some Dr. Seuss of homeopaths had given birth to original rhymes, created to give the "@home-homeopath" easy memory access of "symptom to remedy". But these (well known) rhymes have only the most tenuous and fragile of connections to the remedies with whom they share the page.
I went looking (at [...]) because I actually wanted to buy this book, thinking it a great idea, but once I looked, well... now I'm just confused. There are thousands of nursery rhyme books done with children in mind. But if it's supposed to be a beginners homeopathy book, for less than half this price "Homeopathic Medicine At Home" is much more comprehensive giving you a much deeper understanding of the science.