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Grandma's Brain by Ann Andrews
A warm and delightful picture book for the children and grandchildren of those with Parkinson’s, that shows how they can help and has useful information for everyone. Grandma’s Brain can be read to children who have a parent or grandparent with Parkinson’s. She hopes kids enjoy the story and that it pr ...Show more
I'd Rather Be A Fairy Princess by Petra Kotrotsos
At the age of six, all Petra wants to be is a fairy princess. But after a playground fall, she discovers she is very sick. She has a cancer called neuroblastoma. Petra quickly realises she now needs more than wings and fairy dust - she must become a fairy warrior and fight this.
I'm Really Ever So Not Well (Charlie and Lola) Book & CD by Lauren Child
Poor Lola - she's got a nasty cold and is feeling really ever so not well. So her big brother, Charlie, explains all about the germs that are making her feel ill, and thinks of all sorts of ideas to try to cheer her up. Soon Lola's feeling much, much better! The CD contains two readings of this bestse ...Show more
This beautifully illustrated and sensitive storybook is designed to be used therapeutically by professionals and caregivers supporting children with an untreatable illness. With engaging, gentle and colourful illustrations that can be used to prompt conversation, it tells the story of the final journey ...Show more
Darcy Daisy and the Firefly Festival: Learning about Bipolar Disorder and Community by Lisa Lewandowski, Shannon Trost, (Illustrated by Kimberly Shaw-Peterson)
$25.00 (8% off)
Darcy Daisy feels anxious and confused after overhearing troubling gossip about Ms. Zinnia, a community member who has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Darcy shares her concernes with her mother who provides her with information about Ms. Zinnia's illness. By learning facts about bipolar disord ...Show more
Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge PB by Mem Fox
Wilfrid is a small boy who lives next to an old people's home. His favourite person of all is Miss Nancy Alison Delacourt Cooper because she too has four names. So when Wilfrid discovers that Miss Nancy has lost her memory, he sets out to find it.
Little Tree: A Story for Children with Serious Medical Illness by Joyce C. Mills
Written for children who have experienced life-challenging illnesses or accidents, this sensitive and healing story of a little tree that loses some of its branches in a storm should appeal to children facing many different challenges. In this illustrated second edition, Little Tree experiences the ...Show more
A wonderfully illustrated, large picture book telling the story of Sally, whose mum has had a new baby and is now suffering from post-natal depression. Written for 3Ã¢ÂÂ9 year olds whose mother is in the same situation, this book provides comfort and reassurance that, with help, support and time, ...Show more
Why Are You So Scared?: A Child's Book about Parents with Ptsd by Beth Andrews
Kids that have a parent with PTSD can often feel confused, scared, or helpless. Why Are You so Scared? explains PTSD and its symptoms in nonthreatening, kid-friendly language, and is full of questions and exercises that kids and parents can work through together. The workbook-style layout encourages kid ...Show more
I'm Really Ever So Not Well (Charlie and Lola) by Lauren Child
Korean edition of "I'm Really Ever So Not Well (Charlie and Lola)" by Lauren Child, the winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal for 'I Will Never Not Ever Eat A Tomato'. Translated by Kim Nan Ryeong.
What About Me? When Brothers and Sisters Get Sick by Allan Peterkin
When a child is seriously ill, siblings experience mixed emotions and hurt feelings, and wonder about the future. In this heartwarming story, the narrator, Laura experiences conflicting emotions when her brother becomes seriously ill. Includes suggestions for parents to help their well children cope ...Show more
Big Tree is Sick by Nathalie Slosse
Snibbles and Big Tree are best friends! They have always hung out together, and Snibbles loves Big Tree very much. When Big Tree unexpectedly falls ill with woodworm, Snibbles is very upset and angry. The illness is a very bad one and Big Tree does not feel well and doesn't want to play for a long time. ...Show more