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Tickles Tabitha's Cancer-tankerous Mommy Paperback – October 1, 2001
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"Publisher's children's book about her battle with cancer garners national attention. The thing is she scored...." -- Minneapolis Star Tribune, Business Section, July 28,2002
"...covers even how the delicate infrastructure of day-to-day family issues between husband, wife and children are changed by cancer." --Susan G. Komen Foundation- July 2001
“a great way to get your kids to talk about cancer.”-- Rosie O’Donnell, Rosie O’Donnell Show- Oct. 2001
"A clarity and candor laced with humor and insight. Very highly recommended for school and community library "health issues" collections." -- The Midwest Book Review, July 2001
"Includes the sudden hush children feel whenever their world isn't what they expect." Today's Dallas Woman. Oct. 2001 -- Today's Dallas Woman, October 2001
"It takes a humorous approach to one of the many down sides of battling cancer- being cantankerous. Eye-popping, gloriously colored." -- Today's Librarian, Sept. 2001
"With no "kid-friendly" resources to explain the physical and emotional changes that result from battling cancer, she wrote one...." -- Barr Laboratories, Inc., Annual Report 2001
"Engaging and educating from the dramatic opening to the touching ending, I found myself mesmerized." -- Creative Writing Professor Joann Ludemen Yost, Bethel College, St. Paul, MN Whose mother died of cancer.
"I was so touched, it's not an easy topic to convey and Amelia Frahm's done it." -- Randi Kaye WCCO TV, Minneapolis, MN Daughter of a cancer survivor.
"Support for Kids who have a parent with cancer." -- MAMM Magazine, Special Edition Family Matters- Winter 2002
"This book is a unique and powerful tool that can help any family facing this unfortunate situation." -- Charla McMichael, R.N. B.S.N. Oncology, University of Michigan Hospital. Daughter of a cancer survivor.
From the Publisher
The Nutcracker Publishing Company announced Tickles Tabithas Cancer-tankerous Mommy, October 2001, during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. That same month Rosie O Donnell showed it to a national audience on the popular Rosie O Donnell Show. Approved by the National Oncology Nursing Society Tickles Tabithas Cancer-tankerous Mommy captured the attention of Barr Laboratories Inc. Manufacture of the breast cancer drug Tamoxifen even before its October 2001 publication date. The book, its author and her children are featured in Barrs 2001 annual report.
Literary, medical and entertainment critics alike have all recommended this book which was written, published and marketed by a cancer survivor who identifies intimately with her audience other survivors- and understands their need for an honest, humorous childrens book about surviving cancer.
The Nutcracker Publishing Company was established in 2000 in honor of Laura Bouldin Karlman, a young mother who died of Leukemia. Tickles Tabithas Cancer-tankerous Mommy is its first title.
Early on the company recognized a need for childrens books the adult reader would enjoy reading. With that in mind the Nutcracker Publishing Company strives to publish Childrens Books Adults Will Want To Crack Open.
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The superb illustrations are warm and expressive. When the picture shows the shadow of the angry mother, wig askew, standing over Tabitha, one really gets the sense of how Tabitha experiences her mother just then.
Mood changes are more difficult for children to understand than the more concrete aspects of an illness. This book does an excellent job of showing how these mood The story is realistic without being scarey. This book would be good not just for children of cancer patients but also for children of parents withother chronic diseases such as Hepatitis C. A variety of illness and treatments can cause an individual to be irritable or moody.