Where's Mommy's Hair?

Where's Mommy's Hair?

by Sharon Amerson

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Overview

Where's Mommy's Hair? by Sharon Amerson, Melchizerdec Pemberton

Little Asia learns the sad news that mommy has breast cancer. Her family fights to keep it together and bravely face the disease as one. Then, suddenly it happens - Where's Mommy's Hair?

The Ever Digital Media Group, LLC is proud to announce the release of our new children's book, Where's Mommy's Hair? Written by author and breast cancer survivor Sharon Amerson, it stands as a testimonial to how strength, compassion, love and support of family can help ease tough times.

This is a family cancer survivor story which highlights that inspiration can come from the smallest member of the family. Brilliantly illustrated by Mel Pemberton, Where's Mommy's Hair? addresses the uncomfortable position of having to convey a serious topic to a child. "Discover a testament to the power of love and family."

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151093743
Publisher: Ever Digital Media Group
Publication date: 08/19/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 8 MB
Age Range: 3 - 5 Years

About the Author

The Ever Digital Media Group, LLC is proud to announce the release of our new children’s book, Where’s Mommy’s Hair? Written by author and breast cancer survivor Sharon Amerson, it stands as a testimonial to how strength, compassion, love and support of family can help ease tough times.

This is a family cancer survivor story which highlights that inspiration can come from the smallest member of the family. Brilliantly illustrated by Mel Pemberton, Where’s Mommy’s Hair? addresses the uncomfortable position of having to convey a serious topic to a child.

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Where's Mommy's Hair? 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A warm story written by a breast cancer survivor and told through the eyes of her young daughter and beautifully illustrated