Jeannie Ann's Grandma Has Breast Cancer

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How do I tell my child or children about 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?  

Jeannie Ann's Grandma Has Breast Cancer by Diane Davies and illustrated by C.A. Nobens, has the answers for you to these difficult questions.  Grandma's breast cancer journey is told through the voice of six year old Jeannie Ann who with the help of her family learns to face the fears, emotions and overwhelming needs of what her family is experiencing.  Cancer, tumor, mastectomy, chemotherapy, pain, love, death, prayers are all a part of the story that Jeannie Ann shares with us.  Written with honesty, love and understanding, Jeannie Ann's Grandma has Breast Cancer, is sure to impact the family of a cancer patient positively.  C.A. Nobens caught the simple yet powerful message of Jeannie Ann through her beautiful and perceptive illustrations.

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Author Name : Diane Davies

      Diane Davies, breast cancer survivor and award-winning author of Life in the Neck New Friends, Life in the Neck Squirrel Trouble, and Jeannie Ann's Grandma Has Breast Cancer, lives in the Neck right next to the animals making their home there. You'll find her in one of the Neck's two houses with her husband Papa Butch. Her grandchildren, Elsie and Eli, live right next store with their mom and dad. The whole family enjoys life on the St. Croix River near Hastings, Minnesota.

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