Reading is a powerful tool for family togetherness and memory making during cancer. We can learn coping strategies, ask questions and talk about emotions through stories.
Sharing stories about families impacted by cancer will help children and teens see themselves and find a place of belonging.
Well Beings Studio has several resources to get you started: for kids, teens, and adult survivors. We will READ, FEEL, CREATE and HEAL together.
The Little Green Monster Project
Explore the world of the Little Green Monster and the power of imagination to help us through difficult emotions.
- REQUEST or DONATE a Book: Contribute a book to a family impacted by cancer. Request a book for your family. Contact us!
- EXPLORE the Full Family Experience. Visit our site!
- DOWNLOAD Resources: Talking to Children about Cancer, Family Activities for Joy and Healing
Ash and Feather: A Teen Project
Explore the world of bird/girl, Phoenix, and her two dads, one of whom has brain cancer.
- LISTEN to the Podcast: Find on AnchorFM, or wherever you stream your podcast. Enacted by Loyola Marymont University students, supported by the California Arts Council and National Arts and Disability Center.
- LISTEN to the Author: Sharon talks about her father’s brain cancer and writing Ash and Feather.
- DOWNLOAD Resources: Listening Guide with Creative Activities
- VISIT the Ash and Feather page for more!
Wet Wings: Poetry about Breast Cancer
Wet Wings: Poetry through Breast Cancer explores themes of cancer treatment, identity, body image, death and dying, parenting, emotions,
- REQUEST or DONATE a Book: Contribute a book to a cancer survivor . Request a book for someone you love. Contact us!
- DOWNLOAD Resources: Talking to Children about Cancer
Scoops of Joy: Coming in November!
Scoops of Joy is featured in the National Brain Tumor Society’s Childhood Cancer Awareness Month for this September. Video coming soon.