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Book Title: MC Plays Hide and Seek: An Empowering Story for Healthy Children Who Care About a Person Living with Cancer by Eva Grayzel
Category: Children’s Fiction (Ages 3-7), 64 pages
Genre: Children’s Picture Book
Publisher: Mascot Books
Release date: Jan 5, 2021
Content Rating: G for everyone.
is a cancer cell who shares just enough information about the nature of
the disease to promote dialogue and minimize fear. The scary part of
cancer is the unknown. Learn about doctors who look for cancer.
Understand feelings children experience and learn ways to cope. Empower
children with knowledge and how to make a difference. M.C. Plays Hide
& Seek strengthens communication and builds emotional health.
Cancer is a very scary thing for adults, but even more scary for kids. Most kids only know that cancer is something people can die from but they don’t really understand what it is or how it can be treated. This book helps them know more about what’s going on.
This would be a perfect book for any child who is personally dealing with cancer or knows someone who is. It talks about different kinds of cancer and the types of doctors that specialize in them, what the doctors may do to find out more about the cancer and then figure out the treatment. It will give them hope.
The author lets the reader know that cancer doesn’t spread like a cold or the flu, so they don’t have to be afraid of the person, and that many people beat cancer. The illustrations are great and the photos are a nice addition.
I know how scared I as an adult when I found out my mom was diagnosed with cancer, so I can’t imagine going through that as a child. Every child who has cancer or has a close relative or friend who has cancer should have this book.
I received a free copy of this book for this tour
My thoughts are my honest opinion
Meet the Author:
Grayzel is a motivational speaker, storyteller, and cancer survivor.
When her children were five and seven years old, she was diagnosed with
cancer. Their fear of losing her was deep, real, and suppressed. When
she got a second chance at life, she created the Talk4Hope book series
to help children understand cancer and make it less scary.
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