My Journey of Hope: A Child's Guidebook for Living with Cancer
Sarah Kovar, who died of cancer in May, 1992, at the age of eleven, wrote this straightforward, gently humorous book to show other children with cancer what to expect. A portion of sale proceeds will be donated to the Candlelighters, an organization devoted to supporting children with cancer and their families. Full-color illustrations.
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