6 edition of Talking With My Treehouse Friends About Cancer found in the catalog.
by Fulcrum Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Gail Kohler Opsahl (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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Talking with My Treehouse Friends about Cancer: An Activity Book for Children of Parents with Cancer Paperback – February 1, by Peter R.
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Talking With My Treehouse Friends About Cancer, Interactive Workbook Helps Kids Cope with News That Parents Have Cancer. The first activity book of its kind, Talking with My Treehouse Friends about Cancer, provides a creative, informative outlet for children during a difficult time.
“It is hard to think of an occurrence more disruptive to family life than the diagnosis of cancer in a parent. This activity book, written by the founder of The Children's Treehouse Foundation, is designed to help children cope with the news that their parents or grandparents have cancer.
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The first activity book of its kind, Talking with My Treehouse Friends about Cancer, provides a creative, informative Talking With My Treehouse Friends About Cancer book for children during a difficult time “It is hard to think of an occurrence more disruptive to family life than the diagnosis of cancer in a parent or grandparent,” says Peter R.
van Dernoot, founder of The Children. Mom and the Polka-Dot Boo-Boo. Atlanta, GA: American Cancer Society, This book helps families talk about breast cancer, gently preparing children for what lies ahead following their mother’s diagnosis. Thomas, Christine. Can I Catch Cancer. Brittany’s Books, This book explains cancer in terms and illustrations a child can relate to.
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Talking with My Treehouse Friends about Cancer An Activity Book for Children of Parents with Cancer. By Peter R. van Dernoot. JUVENILE NONFICTION. 24 Pages, x Formats: Paperback, Mobipocket, ebook: PDF.
Paperback, $ (US $) (CA $) Publication Date: February He set up the cancer centre at Karachi’s Aga Khan University Hospital, and knows what he’s talking about.
The truth is that chemo is not something I would wish upon my worst enemy. Describes what questions to ask and what issues to talk about with your doctors when given an advanced cancer diagnosis.
Also gives tips for talking with your spouse, kids, teenagers, and adult children. Describes asking for help by having a family meeting. Let the person with cancer set the tone about what he or she wants to talk about. It doesn't always have to be about cancer.
Chances are your friend wants to feel as normal as possible. Tell him or her about something funny that happened. Allow your friend to talk about cancer if he or she wants.
And save the pity eyes and voice. Talking to Kids About Cancer focuses on when a parent has cancer, but much of the discussion will be relevant for anyone who needs to explain a cancer diagnosis to children or teenagers – for example, when a child’s sibling or friend has cancer, when their grandparent or another significant adult has cancer, or when a child has cancer.Explaining Cancer to Kids.
In our cancer book for kids, Someone I Love is Sick: Helping Very Young Children Cope with Cancer in the Family, we have already encouraged you to utilize the word cancer when explaining cancer to the targeted age range () for this book, only the oldest or most mature children will need more information specifically on what cancer is.
Books: When a Parent Has Cancer Raising an Emotionally Healthy Child When a Parent Is Sick Children’s activity book “Talking with My Treehouse Friends about Cancer.