The Cancer That Wouldn't Go Away
A story for kids about metastatic cancer, by Hadassa Field
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The Cancer That Wouldn't Go Away is a heartwarming book which is written especially for children whose parent has metastatic cancer. This very sensitively written book is ideal for children aged 4-8 years. It tells the tale where, while future is uncertain, love and laughter remain constant. It includes a comprehensive guide ("How To Use This Book") for parents and professionals, written by child trauma psychologist Rinat R. Green, Psy.D.
Why do people living with cancer recommend this product?
"This is an excellent book for helping young children understand metastatic cancer - cancer that never goes away. It deals with having good and bad days but still always being sick, dealing with teasing from school, being sad and crying, how cancer affects other family members, dealing with not knowing what will happen, and how you just take one day at a time. I just hope it doesn't give my daughter ideas about asking for a kitten! Thanks for writing a book that really fills a gap in the market."
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