Meet Mr. C, a cancer cell, up close and personal as he visits countries around the globe. He introduces readers to children who have a family member with cancer. Each child shares his or her name, it’s meaning, and how they’ve been coping since Mr. C came to visit. Readers are empowered with ways to help themselves and others.
Mr. C admits he doesn’t like being such a trouble-maker, but until a cure is found, he has to keep living his life. However, he makes up for causing trouble by doing some good. What good can come from cancer? Mr. C the Globetrotter answers this question in a comfortable yet honest way, making cancer less scary for children and empowering readers with how they can help themselves and each other.
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