Little Tree A Story for Children with Serious Medical Problems by Joyce C. Mills


Little Tree A Story for Children with Serious Medical Problems by Joyce C. Mills

Written for children who have experienced life-challenging illnesses or accidents, this sensitive and healing story of a little tree that loses some of its branches in a storm should appeal to children facing many different challenges. In this illustrated second edition, Little Tree experiences the fear, self-blame and worry common to many children dealing with serious medical problems, but she learns that she still has strengths, abilities and resources for living a fruitful and happy life.

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32 pages
Interest Age: 4-8


Joyce C. Mills
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Publication date

31st July 2003



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