My Brain Tumour Adventures: The Story of a Little Boy

My Brain Tumour Adventures: The Story of a Little Boy



4 thoughts on “My Brain Tumour Adventures: The Story of a Little Boy Coping with a Brain Tumour

  1. Megan Megan says:

    This book is aimed at younger children who have been diagnosed with a brain tumor to help explain what lies ahead Owen is a young boy who has an operation, followed by chemotherapy and then radiation There is mention of the side effects of chemo and radiation and how Owen deals with the different procedures The drawings are in gray scale, which made the text seem a bitgloomy Not that I expected this to be an uplifting book, but make what can be a scary situation,so For that reas This book is aimed at younger children who have been diagnosed with a brain tumor to help explain what lies ahead Owen is a young boy who has an operation, followed by chemotherapy and then radiation There is mention of the side effects of chemo and radiation and how Owen deals with the different procedures The drawings are in gray scale, which made the text seem a bitgloomy Not that I expected this to be an uplifting book, but make what can be a scary situation,so For that reason, it gets 2 stars If the illustrations were in color like the cover is then maybe it would have received


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My Brain Tumour Adventures: The Story of a Little Boy Coping with a Brain Tumour ❮KINDLE❯ ❃ My Brain Tumour Adventures: The Story of a Little Boy Coping with a Brain Tumour Author Sharon Dempsey – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk When Sharon Dempsey s young son was diagnosed with a brain tumour she searched in vain for a book to explain his illness to him Realising she was going to have to write it herself, she collaborated wi When Sharon Dempsey Tumour Adventures: PDF/EPUB À s young son was diagnosed with a brain tumour she searched in vain for a book to explain his illness to him Realising she was going to have to write it herself, she collaborated with the illustrator Gabbie Collins to produce this short explanatory picture book which guides a child through the experience of having a brain tumourWritten fortoyear olds, My Brain Tumour Adventures helps children and the adults involved with their care use storytelling to come to terms with radiotherapy, chemotherapy and the side effects of their medicine Sharon Dempsey identifies My Brain PDF/EPUB or creative and positive ways to explain the illness and its treatment In a child s imagination a scan can become a space mission, or an operation can be transformed into a pirate s adventure Paediatric professionals and counsellors, cancer research and support organisations, and, of course, those children with brain tumours, their parents and siblings will all find this illustrated book an essential resource.