PopAtomic Explaining Fukushima to our Children: A Visual Resource
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Nowhere Hair by Sue Glader
For young children, ages 3-6, who are trying to make sense of a mother, auntie, granny, or friend who has gone bald due to chemotherapy treatment for cancer. A young girl tries unsuccessfully to find her mother’s missing hair, only to learn that medicine has made it fall out. She learns that she didn’t cause the cancer, can’t catch it, and that Mommy still loves her. The book, written in rhyme, explains hats, scarves, wigs, going bald in public, and the idea of being nice to people who may look a little different than you. It ends with the idea that what is inside of us is far more important than how we look on the outside.
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