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78 Days: Celebrating a Parent By Patrick Muller
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Hazel spent 78 days in a nursing home at the end of a greatly typical life. The nursing home and local hospice had one charge: to provide her a glorious and gentle ending to her metastasized breast... More > cancer. The nursing home and hospice failed this charge abjectly. 78 Days is a photojournal celebrating a child's post-mortem honoring of Hazel for the same amount of days she suffered needlessly in institutionalized care. Though the subject of this photojournal begins in a sad geography, it is ultimately an uplifting and inspiring journey that will give indescribable joy to any and all who read it. 78 Days has a companion work, Saving Hazel. Reading the two books together forms a blueprint for any reader to take a pilgrimage, Camino de Hazel, to create enduring memories and experiences with a loved one -- living or past. Every one will want to take several Camino de Hazels in a lifetime.< Less
The Art and Science of Parenting By Dr Pradeep Kapoor MD
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Parenting is an art, which relies heavily on the use of common sense in bringing up successful kids. PART I EMOTIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ISSUES deals with improving child’s concentration,... More > memory, self-esteem, communication skills and leadership qualities. PART II HEALTH AND DISEASE ISSUES tells you what to do when your child starts bleeding from the nose, has high fever, cries with abdominal pain, hollers due to earache, keeps vomiting, ingests liquid detergent, gets an attack of asthma, starts convulsing, becomes unconscious, stops breathing, pushes a crayon up his nose, a foreign body gets lodged in his bronchus etc. etc.< Less
The Art and Science of Parenting By Dr Pradeep Kapoor MD
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Parenting is an art, which relies heavily on the use of common sense in bringing up successful kids. PART I EMOTIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ISSUES deals with improving child’s concentration,... More > memory, self-esteem, communication skills and leadership qualities. PART II HEALTH AND DISEASE ISSUES tells you what to do when your child starts bleeding from the nose, has high fever, cries with abdominal pain, hollers due to earache, keeps vomiting, ingests liquid detergent, gets an attack of asthma, starts convulsing, becomes unconscious, stops breathing, pushes a crayon up his nose, a foreign body gets lodged in his bronchus etc. etc.< Less
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 groundbreaking book, written especially for the child whose parent is living with metastatic cancer. This sensitively written tale uses a gentle, yet... More > realistic approach to help children ages 4-8 face the unique uncertainties of life with incurable cancer. Unlike stories about early-stage cancer, after which the parent is cured and life goes back to normal, for the family in this story, life has irrevocably changed. The future is uncertain. But love and laughter remain constant, as they take life one day at a time. Includes a comprehensive guide (“How To Use This Book”) for parents and professionals, written by child trauma psychologist Rinat R. Green, Psy.D. Revenues from the sale of this book go directly to a nonprofit cancer organization.< Less
What You Might Not Know: My Life As a Stage IV Cancer Patient By Jennifer Smith, Teri Fuller
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Jen Smith lives with a murderer. This killer has ruthlessly taken many of her friends, and always leaves her wondering if she'll be next. Her fear for her life is trumped only by her overwhelming... More > concern for her beautiful young son. But she has no choice. Jen has Stage IV Metastatic Breast Cancer. In this book, Jen follows up on the triumphs in Learning to Live Legendary with a candid look at the life in between. She pulls back the curtain on what it's like to live day-to-day with a terminal diagnosis. You'll share her fear, her heartbreak, her uncertainty -- even her guilt. You'll even feel the impact of Jen's disease on her friends and family, as they express their feelings in their own words. From mothering to grieving to simply freaking out, Jen and her loved ones provide a raw and unflinching look at What You Might Not Know.< Less
Vegetables, preventing and fighting heart disease, cancer and other ailments By James Gripper
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This book is essential reading for anyone who wants to increase their chances of living a healthy and disease free life. Hippocrates famously used food as medicine, and this book highlights just a... More > few of the reasons why 36 common every day vegetables can help fight off everything from colds and flu's to cataracts, heart diseases and cancers. More importantly, each vegetable is individualy presented on its own pages which contain easy to understand tables, and information boxes on how that vegetable can improve our lives. You would be surprised at what health benefits vegetables have, and yet this is information that is as important as the green cross code and should be taught from our earliest years. Everyone should own this book; parents, sons and daughters, couples and singles. Buy this book and keep it; give a copy to loved ones! This book is capable of saving lives, and is a small price to pay for the opportunity to increase our chances of living a healthier life with less disease!< Less
The Thank You Room By Serenity Bohon
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Serenity Bohon is twenty-nine, married to her childhood sweetheart, and mother to two young sons. After becoming pregnant again, Serenity is diagnosed with a rare, aggressive cancer. As she faces her... More > worst fears, and struggles with what it means to have faith, she gathers around her the people she has loved. "I wanted to look at them," she says, "to watch them laugh. I wanted to thank them for making life great." As Serenity faces her life-threatening disease, and growing fear about the life inside her, she leans on those she has learned from since childhood. She finds from her children the will to fight and finds strength from those who faced the disease before her. She soon learns those around her have not come to watch her die but to teach her how to live. The Thank You Room is the story of how they survived together.< Less
I Miss You By Leigh Faulkner
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This book was written and illustrated by Leigh Faulkner to help children who have lost a parent to cancer. The story is told by a young girl in the form of a letter to her father that has passed away.
I Miss You (hardcover) By Leigh Faulkner
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This book was written and illustrated by Leigh Faulkner to help children who have lost a parent to cancer. The story is told by a young girl in the form of a letter to her father that has passed away.
What it Means to Be a Dad By Michael Erickson
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Through the use of journal entries to a website that brings together friends and family during a life threatening illness, Mike Erickson chronicles the journey he takes as a father during his... More > daughter's battle with cancer.< Less