Children’s Books in Our Library

Talking with My Tree House Friends About Cancer
by Peter. R. Van Dernoot
2 copies, 1 in English, 1 in Spanish

The Kids in Mrs. Hildebrand’s Class.
by Linda Dallmann

iMama tiene cancer!
by Moore-Mallinos

A Mom of Many Hats
by Fink, Debbie, Hane, Lisa Perea

Less Than Perfect
by Louise Albert
This is a novel about a teenage girl whose mother has cancer

Our Family Has Cancer, Too!
by Christine Clifford

What’s Cancer?
by Fead, Beverlye Human & Hamermesh, Tessa Mae, Nana

Good Luck, Mr. K!
by Louise Borden

When Mommy Had a Mastectomy
by Nancy Reuben Greenfield

When A Parent Has Cancer, A Guide to Caring For Your Children.
by Wendy Harpham,

Kemo Shark
H. Elizabeth King

When Your Brother or Sister Has Cancer, A Guide for Teens
by US Department of Health and Human Services

Snowman On The Pitcher’s Mound
by Jamie Reno

Can I Still Kiss You? Answering Your Children’s Questions About Cancer
by Neil Russell

What’s Happening To Mom? Helping children cope with breast cancer
by The Susan G. Kommen Breast Cancer Foundation

Raising An Emotionally Healthy Child When A Parent Is Sick
by Paula K. Rauch,  Anna C. Mriel

When Your Parent Has Cancer, A Guide For Teens.
by US Department of Health and Human Services

Cancer in the Family
by Heiney, Sue P., Hermann, Joan F., Bruss, Katherine V., Fincannon

Cancer In Our Family: Helping Children Cope with a Parent’s Illness
by Heiney, Sue P., Hermann, Joan F.

How to Help Children Through a Parent’s Serious Illness
by McCune, Kathleen with Ron Bonn

Teens Reflect on Growing Up with a Parent Who Has Cancer
by Love Sick collection

The Smell of Paint
by Sheryl McFarlane
A novel about a teenage girl whose mother gets cancer

Mom’s Cancer
by Brian Fies

Additionally, the Children’s Treehouse Foundation is an organization providing hospital-based, cancer-focused, psychological intervention and programming dedicated to improving the emotional health of children who have a parent with cancer.