Do Bad Dogs Get Cancer?

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Do Bad Dogs Get Cancer?

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ISBN: 978-0-9815551-4-0 (Paperback)
Size: 8.5×8.5
32 pages
Price: $9.95

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2014 Mom’s ChoiceAwards Honoring Excellence. Silver Award Recipient for “Do Bad Dogs Get Cancer?” Juvenile Books (Level 1 – Ages 5 to 8): Self-Improvement.

Winner of the 2016 Reader’s Favorite Silver Award in the Children – Animal Category

Coping with cancer is difficult in children. They may experience much confusion, fear, and misunderstanding about the disease and its treatment.

The Do Bad Dogs Get Cancer? book is about helping children and young adults better understand what happens when a loved one, including their pet, is diagnosed with cancer. This book helps the reader identify with the emotions Turbo and Boxster are experiencing once Turbo is diagnosed with cancer; provides a better understanding of cancer treatments; and reassures that cancer is not contagious.

This book uses reassuring words as a means for parents to have an
open discussion and address children’s concerns in a child-friendly way.

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Curt Walstead has been working in the children’s market for over twenty years as an illustrator, cartoonist, character designer, and animation storyboard artist. During that time he had the opportunity to work on many of today’s popular children’s shows such as Dora the Explorer, Clifford’s Puppy Days, Baby Loony Tunes, and Dragon Tales. Currently he resides with his family in Southern California and concentrates his efforts illustrating children’s books.