You Are Not Alone: Families Touched By Cancer (Talk4Hope Books)
Author: Grayzel, Eva
Number Of Pages: 28
Release Date: 18-03-2010
Details: Product Description Book one in the new Talk4Hope series by Eva Grayzel, You Are Not Alone: Families Touched by Cancer, helps families cope with their feelings about cancer, enlightens parents on how to communicate with their children, and creates special moments to cherish. You Are Not Alone introduces children from around the world to one another, as they all share the common bond of living with a family member with cancer. Matias from Brazil, Marceline from Canada, Mel from Australia, and many other children share what they do to soothe sadness, ease tension, and find strength. Recommended for families with children ages four and up. Review "You Are Not Alone is an effective tool for empowering families and children to be able to create a meaningful dialogue and listen to what truly needs to be expressed and shared when cancer becomes a family member." --Bernie Siegel, MD, Help Me To Heal and Faith, Hope & Healing "The talented and bubbly well-known motivational storyteller and performance artist has gifted the world with an exceptionally well-done book for families touched by cancer. Every page, every word, every idea is meticulously selected to help make cancer families feel whole and helped. Everyone can benefit from this wise and comforting book." --Rabbi Dov Peretz Elkins, co-author of Chicken Soup For The Jewish Soul "This book is terrific because it s realistic and accepting of children's feelings associated with cancer. It offers concrete suggestions to help themselves and family members cope with these feelings. The international and multicultural emphasis accompanied by lovely photos reinforces the theme. Children take comfort from the voices of other children." --Cathy Rayment, Provincial Library, British Columbia Cancer Agency, Vancouver, Canada About the Author Eva Grayzel is a survivor of late-stage oral cancer. She wrote the Talk4Hope children’s book series to celebrate her ten-year cancer free anniversary. Despite having one third of her tongue reconstructed, Eva fortunately regained articulation of speech and continues her career as a performance artist while lecturing internationally, telling her story about overcoming great odds.