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Let My Colors Out #2020

Let My Colors Out Winner Gelet Burgess Children s Book Award Growing Up National Health Information Award Silver Mom s Choice Award Gold Children s Picture Books Growing Up Personal Growth Assoc

  • Title: Let My Colors Out
  • Author: Courtney Filigenzi Shennen Bersani
  • ISBN: 9781604430110
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Let My Colors Out By Courtney Filigenzi Shennen Bersani, Winner 2011 Gelet Burgess Children s Book Award, Growing Up 2010 National Health Information Award, Silver 2010 Mom s Choice Award, Gold, Children s Picture Books Growing Up Personal Growth 2009 Association Trends All Media Contest, Bronze Finalist 2010 National Indie Excellence Award, Children s Nonfiction 2009 USA Best Books Award This comforting book walksWinner 2011 Gelet Burgess Children s Book Award, Growing Up 2010 National Health Information Award, Silver 2010 Mom s Choice Award, Gold, Children s Picture Books Growing Up Personal Growth 2009 Association Trends All Media Contest, Bronze Finalist 2010 National Indie Excellence Award, Children s Nonfiction 2009 USA Best Books Award This comforting book walks young children of cancer patients through the range of emotions they re likely to encounter and provides a message of hope A young boy uses color to express a range of emotions as his mother undergoes cancer treatment Some days he s sad, some days he s happy, and other days he s scared or angry The boy comes to realize that these ups and downs are perfectly normal for his situation, and he does not have to feel guilty about his feelings.

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    1. This precious and tender book brought tears to my eyes As an educator of very young children I witness daily the difficulty children have expressing their emotions of frustration and anger, in healthy ways Even as an adult, I struggle hard, and succeed seldom, with understanding and expressing my everyday emotions But enter the wordC A N C E R, and all bets are off Having never dealt with this yet , I can only imagine the whirlwind of emotions, and sense of complete overwhelming fear For any chi [...]

    2. LOVE, Love, love this book So simple and sweet yet it speaks volumes to the heart of any cancer victim whether you have had cancer or know of someone who has This is a wonderful book

    3. My two youngest children were 2 8 when I was first diagnosed with breast cancer Their seemingly perfect world was turned upside down as they watched their once energetic mother become frequently ill and depressed We carried on as normal as possible, discussing very little I could see the effect my cancer was having on my children but I was not able to comfort them, ease their pain, or curtail the anger my son felt as he watched his perfect world fall apart He was in 3rd grade at the time Fast fo [...]

    4. The best book on dealing with a family member having cancer as seen through the eyes of a child Each color represents a different emotion that family members go through as they deal with a loved one dealing with cancer.And, each one of these emotions is okay and understood which is the most important part.Thoughtful text and vibrant illustrations show the importance of this delicate subject.Written by Courtney Filigenzi and illustrated by Shennen Bersani Published by the American Cancer Society [...]

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