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Book Club

Going to the Hospital

Anne Civardi

This book is about a boy who goes into the hospital for a one night stay after an ear operation. The pictures and words are bright, cheery and comforting to young readers. It is a good book to show a very young child what going to the hospital will be like and that it isn’t as scary as it might seem.

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Diagnosis & treatment
16th Sep

Lucy has a tumour

A storybook written for parents and carers to read with their children to help them understand what a tumour is and what treatment involves.

Lucy has a tumour

A storybook written for parents and carers to read with their children to help them understand what a tumour is and what treatment involves.

Talking about emotions
28th Sep

I Feel Frightened, Brian Moses

A storybook written for parents and carers to read with their children to help them understand what a tumour is and what treatment involves.

I Feel Frightened, Brian Moses

A storybook written for parents and carers to read with their children to help them understand what a tumour is and what treatment involves.

Talking about emotions
28th Sep

My Many Coloured Days, Dr Seuss

A storybook written for parents and carers to read with their children to help them understand what a tumour is and what treatment involves.

My Many Coloured Days, Dr Seuss

A storybook written for parents and carers to read with their children to help them understand what a tumour is and what treatment involves.

Diagnosis & treatment
16th Sep

Mary has a brain tumour

A storybook written for parents and carers to read with their children to help them understand what a tumour is and what treatment involves.

Mary has a brain tumour

A storybook written for parents and carers to read with their children to help them understand what a tumour is and what treatment involves.