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5 edition of My Mommy"s Cancer found in the catalog.

My Mommy"s Cancer

by Cindy Klein Cohen

  • 98 Want to read
  • 8 Currently reading

Published by Promise Publishing Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oncology,
  • Activity Books,
  • Cancer,
  • Children"s 9-12,
  • Health - Diseases,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Mothers,
  • Patients,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction / Health / Diseases,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Children: Grades 3-4

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11736360M
    ISBN 100965649822
    ISBN 109780965649827
    OCLC/WorldCa48205803

      A cancer diagnosis is a wakeup call that our time is limited. I feel fortunate that I had those eight additional years to spend with my mother, to really get to know her and talk with her.   Two such books are “Nowhere Hair” and “A Mom of Many Hats.” Both illustrated books portray a heart-warming story of a child or children facing the situation of maternal cancer. The main content considers cancer-related knowledge, the impact of maternal breast cancer on the whole family, and coping strategies for children.

    Mommy Magic: Your Strengths & Gifts Maternal Instinct. Cancer rules the zodiac’s fourth house of motherhood, so you’re a natural nurturer. You loved being pregnant, coo over every infant, and are the first to buy gifts on your friends’ baby registries. Family is . Get this from a library! My mommy has cancer. [Carolyn Stearns Parkinson; Elaine Verstraete] -- The beauty and sensitivity of both Carolyn Parkinson's words and Elaine Verstaete's color illustrations create a gentle ambience in which children, from their own perspective, can learn about cancer.

    This last year and a half of my life is as it reads in this book. This is a must read for cancer patients, for caregivers, and for doctors. While cancer treatments differ, there are many similarities in the roller coaster ride that are the treatments, scans, emotions. This was so relatable, even down to patient advocating. A must read/5(). Fies’ book is not a discussion about the science of cancer, it is not a guidebook to the troubles one may face with this disease, and it is not your standard story with a predictable plot. Through this graphic novel, Fies simply tries to make sense of and document the reality of the course of his mother’s illness and how it affected his family.


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Their second book, My Daddys Cancer, is scheduled for publication in Since publishing Daddys Promise, Cindy and John have presented on the subject of Helping Children Cope with Grief and Loss at regional conferences for educators of young children.

They have appeared as guest authors at Association for Death Education and Counseling 5/5(1). Book Description "My Mommy's Cancer" is a story and activity book for children with loved ones facing cancer.

Jeffrey loves to spend time with his mommy. He especially to go to the library to pick out books. One day mommy isn't feeling well enough to go to the library. Jimmy learns later that his mommy has : Cindy Klein Cohen, John T.

Heiney. The book Why My Mommy. was written to help others in their journey in facing breast cancer. When facing the battle of his wife's breast cancer, Jeff searched high and low for the perfect book that would help share others affected by this diseases feelings, hopes and needs.

After coming up empty Jeff vowed to write a book for children and adults 5/5(3). This book will help parents explain the stages of mommy's treatment to their children in a heartfelt, open, honest, and child-friendly manner.

"My Warrior Mommy: Our Breast Cancer Journey" is told from a child's perspective as the narrator explains the stages of his mother's breast cancer treatment to help the reader understand what their.

My Mommy Has Cancer Paperback – October 1, by Carolyn S. Parkinson (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ — $ Paperback $ 7 Used from $/5(2). My Mommy Has Breast Cancer Paperback – Octo by Gina Wright (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback $ 7 5/5(3). In Mommy's Garden is a book to help explain cancer to young children ages A metaphor of weeds in a flower garden as a metaphor for cancer is explained from a child's point of view using simple language and illustrations.

The illustrations are drawn to be racially ambiguous so children and parents of all races can relate to the characters. Genre: Realistic Picture Book Reading Level: Early Transitional Topics & Themes: Cancer.

Mother with cancer. Treatment of cancer. Surviving cancer. Medicine. Hope. Family. Curricular Use: Independent reading, recommend for student that has a parent with cancer Social: Mom who is sick Literary Elements: Climax leads to mom being cancer free.

Honest talk about cancer/5(12). Preview of the children's book “Bk's Mommy Has Breast Cancer, by Marquita Goodluck,” illustrated by Theresa Stites. BK's Mommy Has Breast Cancer was written to.

Telling children about breast cancer can be difficult. Our free picture book 'Mummy's Lump' aims to help you break the news, and make it easier for your child to understand what this means.

Order your copy here. Skip to main content. Talk to our breast care nurses. Sign in. Written by Taylor Rice when she was just 7 years old, My Cancer Mommy is a breakthrough book that speaks to kids from a kid s voice.

She takes the hands of children of other cancer mommies and walks them through the scary journey of cancer, from diagnosis to recovery.5/5(3).

View all of CancerCare’s resources to help children cope when a loved one has cancer». CancerCare Can Help. CancerCare is a national nonprofit organization that provides free professional support to people affected by cancer.

Our free services for children affected by cancer help parents and children cope with a cancer diagnosis in the family. This awesome For My Mommy - Breast Cancer Ribbon Infant/Toddler Cotton Jersey T-shirt is a comfortable, affordable way for your child to express themselves.

Whether purchasing for a son, daughter, or toddler you can be sure to put a smile on their face.5/5(2). Ellen wrote Mommy’s Cancer to help her young children, Lirit and Bennett, better understand and talk about what it’s like to be “a kid whose mommy has cancer.” It reflects her abiding love for them.

It was Ellen’s hope that other children who love someone with cancer or another life-threatening disease might enjoy and learn from this story. Cancer for Jokers is an irreverent account of dealing with a recent diagnosis of incurable metastatic prostate cancer.

Philosophical musings on life, death, and even politics, are peppered throughout the book. Cites to some medical studies are also included within. Sammy's Mommy Has Cancer is a touching piece that the author wrote for her son to explain her fight with cancer.

The book is intended to explain simply the cause of cancer, how if affects the body, and that it is not always tragic/5(7). My Mommy Has Cancer was published on Aug the four-year anniversary of my cancer diagnosis. My third published book, and first children’s book, was written from a child’s perspective to talk to another child about cancer.

It is age appropriate for five to ten year-old children. Filgenzi, Courteny. Let My Colors Out. Atlanta, GA: American Cancer Society, This book helps children cope with the range of emotions following a parent’s cancer diagnosis.

Frahm, Amelia. Tickles Tabitha’s Cancer – Tankerous Mommy. Hutchinson, MN: Nutcracker Publishing Company, My Mommy Has Cancer is the first children's book by author Korey Whitmore.

It is a book designed and written to help smaller children (target ages ) when their mother (or other family member) is diagnosed with cancer.

Instead of being an "in your face" approach, this book tells children about. My Mommy Has Cancer was written to help your family heal. This book was written from a child's perspective to talk to another child about cancer.

It is age appropriate for five to ten year-old ed on: Aug. I could feel a little piece of his childhood breaking off and dissolving in that moment as I held him, his little face soaking my shirt. Mommy Has Cancer.

Julian was only 3 when I was diagnosed with breast cancer. A week after his 4th birthday, he came home to find his mommy sequestered in the bedroom, barricaded by a baby gate.My Mommy Has Cancer Author: Carolyn Stearns Parkinson Category: Cancer long illness Publisher: Solace Pub Publish: 01 Oct, ISBN: Pages: Country: USA Language: ENGLISH Dimension: File Size: Download/Buynow.My Mommy Has Cancer was written to help your family heal.

This children’s book was written from a child’s perspective to talk to another child about cancer. It is age appropriate for five to ten year-old children.

Parents are encouraged to read through the book first, and then read the book to or with your child and have an open discussion.