Kids’ Books About Cancer

“Bald is Beautiful: A letter for a fabulous girl” is an inspiring and lovely illustrated letter for girls of any age who will go or already are bald. It’s a perfect gift to send love to a powerful girl who needs to be reminded of how beautiful and loved she is. It’s not a book that explains scientific conditions, disease, and treatment. It’s about love, beauty, happiness, and friendship when going through various changes in our lives.

Bald is Beautiful comes like a hug, and it’s the perfect gift for girls aged 4-100 years and up.

A whimsical, cuddle up with a cutie furball moment… Do you or your child need help understanding cancer or coping with treatment? You need a bear hug boost! The strong, positive and trustworthy message in this book—coming from teddy bears you’ll want to hug!—is ideal for kids that are going through cancer treatment.

#1 “When a Brave Bear Fights Cancer: A get well soon gift” is a best-selling new release both in Leukemia and Brain Cancer on Amazon USA (May 2021)

Cancer Daily Life is a bittersweet collection of single and double-frame strips that only readers who are highly involved with the C world could relate to. It’s sometimes cute and sweet, sometimes acid, sometimes trivial, sometimes funny, just like daily life.

It’s ideal:

  • For adolescents and adults age 12 to 100 years old or older
  • As a gift for a friend who received a diagnosis of any type of cancer
  • As a gift for a friend who will start or is undergoing chemotherapy or radiotherapy
  • When you have a family member or friend aged 12+ coping with cancer, and you don’t know what to say
  • When a friend or family member with cancer feels stressed and needs to know they are not alone in this

“One of the best Leukemia books of all time.” – BookAuthority

Chubby is a teddy bear with a wool pullover and no pants. He felt ill, and he wanted to feel better. After an encouraging talk with his friend Superhero, he decided there was only one thing to do: go on an adventure through La La Land toy store.

The journey begins with Chubby taking off in a toy Volkswagen Beetle, to find Dr. Doll. Along the way he learns about leukemia, chemotherapy and stem cell transplantation, and is cured. Returning to his shelf, Chubby is given the best Christmas gift a teddy bear can have.