How do I tell my children about my breast cancer? Where do I go to find help in doing this in the right way? How do I involve my child in my journey? Written with honesty, love, and understanding this book shares with you a way to start the “I have cancer” conversation with young children.
Jeannie Ann's Grandma Has Breast Cancer
My first ten pages are attached in PDF format.
A beautifully illustrated…
A beautifully illustrated book and storyline which addresses a taboo subject for many children. Lovely written and insightful. This will really help children and families who are going through this.
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I appreciate your kind words regarding Jeannie Ann's Grandma Has Breast Cancer. It has made a difference in hundreds of lives already. Please visit https://dianedavies.com/home/jeannie-anns-foundation to find out how you can helpl. Thanks, Diane
Written with sensitivity and…
Written with sensitivity and authenticity. Great job!
Tough Topic, Sensitively Written
I can see how this book will help children through a difficult time as they struggle to learn what's happening with a loved one. Well done!
So Well Done
This is extremely well done. The words and illustrations are perfectly pitched. This will help many families dealing with this issue and how to talk to children. Congratulations!
A lovely approach to an…
A lovely approach to an otherwise difficult topic. Well written and easy to follow. The illustrations are lovely.
Such a sensitive topic. So well done!
This story is so important. I was 18 when I was told my mother had cancer and I remember how difficult it was for me to deal with at that age. I can't imagine what it would be like for a young child. This is a beautiful book that will help so many. Best of luck and wishing you continued success with your book.