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Little Tree: A Story for Children with Serious Medical Problems

For ages 4-8 years - an illustrated story to help young children understand what has happened. With Amanda's help, Little Tree learns to accept her new, changed self and to find other strengths inside herself. Chesworth's illustrations provide a magical backdrop to this moving story, inspired by a little girl the author met who had to undergo multiple amputations.

'Joyce Mills is a magical spellbinder who touches young and old alike.' --- CARL A. HAMMESCHLAG, MD, AUTHOR, THE DANCING HEALERS AND THE THEFT OF SPIRIT

'When I was four years old, I was badly burned and spent a long time in the hospital ... Had such a book been offered to me when I was a child, I know I would not have suffered the emotional scars I have carried from that experience. I highly recommend this book for therapists and parents.' --- VIOLET OAKLANDER, PHD
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Little Tree: A Story for Children with Serious Medical Problems

Author: Joyce C Mills

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