Coping For Kids
This child-friendly spiral bound book is 8½” x 11” with 28 colorfully illustrated pages.

Our books provide the opportunity for children and teens to process and communicate their hopes, fears, and concerns as they journey through the cancer experience. Support children and teens by providing resources from Coping for Kids

  • Ever since The Nebraska Division of the American Cancer Society presented Life Isn’t Always a Day at the Beach with the award for the 1996 Program Project of the Year, tens of thousands of books have been used in oncology programs, hospices, and schools throughout the United States and Canada. Major cancer centers and small oncology offices alike recognize its benefit in helping youth cope as they journey through the cancer experience.

  • Life Isn’t Always a Day at the Beach is used effectively in a variety of settings; individual counseling sessions, support groups, and in the home between parent and child. No matter the setting or circumstances surrounding its use, Life Isn’t Always a Day at the Beach is designed to give children a fun, thoughtful, and engaging means to express their questions about cancer and its treatment, their fears and concerns, and their hopes and dreams.

If you are a child dealing with a diagnosis of cancer, this book is for you; whether you or your sibling, parent or grandparent, relative or friend has been diagnosed with cancer, this book is created with you in mind. 

Life Isn't Always A Day At The Beach