C is for Cure

by Jenna Barton


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Softcover
£16.02
Softcover
£16.02

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/30/2012

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x8.5
Page Count : 72
ISBN : 9781452560694

About the Book

A child being diagnosed with cancer is a frightening and often isolating experience for both the child and family. C is for Cure is a simple yet powerful book shedding light on what can be expected after a cancer diagnosis. Written from the perspective of Jenna Barton’s three year old son Kai, "C is for Cure" uses warmth and humour to help ease the fear of children and their families in this most difficult of circumstances. The book also does a marvelous job of educating both children and adults of what happens behind the scenes as a child undergoes treatment at the same time dispelling some of the common myths. Mixed in are some of the complimentary alternative treatments educating children and parents interested in exploring complimentary avenues for children dealing with cancer. Jenna Barton has done a masterful job of communicating messages on a number of levels to reach a variety of audiences having different maturity levels. C is for Cure is a must have book for any library, school, hospital, church, counselor, or any other organizations supporting families experiencing cancer. For the just curious or those in any way associated with the dreadful experience of childhood cancer, Jenna Barton will make you smile for just a minute as C is for Cure inspires and informs with Kai’s real life journey.


About the Author

Jenna Barton lives in Olds, Alberta, Canada. Jenna’s son, Kai, was diagnosed as a young child with autism and cancer. Kai’s illness lead her to explore hypnosis, body talk, TYLEM energy medicine, Shamballa, level III (similar to Reiki), and Psych-K. Kai attends Olds Elementary School, where he learns and plays as any other healthy child would. Not only has Jenna observed changes in Kai’s health, she has also seen improvements with the downsides often associated with autism. Jenna now has her own practice, where she facilitates healing. For more information on Jenna or her practice, visit her website at www.abetterme.ca.