Becky and the Worry Cup: A Children's Book About a Parent's Cancer

Becky and the Worry Cup A Children s Book About a Parent s Cancer None

  • Title: Becky and the Worry Cup: A Children's Book About a Parent's Cancer
  • Author: Wendy Schlessel Harpham
  • ISBN: 9780060952112
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. "Becky and the Worry Cup" is a companion book that comes with the book "When a Parent Has Cancer: A Guide to Caring for Your Children", also by Wendy Schlessel Harpham, M.D. "Becky and the Worry Cup" is a children's book divided into brief chapters with illustrations that tells the story of how a young girl reacts to and handles her experiences with her mother's cancer. The young girl is worried, angry, hurt, confused and in each chapter her parents help her to manage her feelings. Becky's story [...]


    2. Read this book to my sons to help them work through their emotions about their Dad having cancer. I love the worry cup chapter, we had mugs and pennies ready for them. Very emotional but they were finally able to discuss what their fears and worries are. I'd recommend this book to any parent who has cancer and is looking for a way to help their children work through it.


    3. Reading this book aloud to my kids gave me a better picture of what I'm going to be going through than any of the adult pamphlets about treatment. Also, my daughter loved this book. She would rush through getting her pajamas on so that there would be more time to read it before bed.



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