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Talking to Children About Cancer

Young mothers must find ways to talk to their children about their diagnosis of breast cancer. This difficult task may be made easier by reading a story written just for young children. These book are written by mothers who know what to say when talking to kids about cancer.

Let My Colors Out by Courtney Filigenzi and Shennen Bersani
Let My Colors Out is a book for children 4 - 8 years old who have a parent in treatment for cancer. Children can discuss their feelings and...

Nowhere Hair by Sue Glader
Sue Glader wrote Nowhere Hair to help parents, teachers, and hospital staff explain cancer and the side effects of treatment to kids.

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