‘Mr. C Plays Hide & Seek’
Meet Mr. C, a cancer cell, face-to-face. Through vibrant photos and endearing illustrations, readers understand the life of cancer from the perspective of the cell itself. Charming and personable, Mr. C shares the rules of his game. Different doctors are introduced who look for cancer and try to beat Mr. C at his game.
Don’t ‘hide’ a cancer diagnosis from children – ‘seek’ out the Talk4Hope Book Series!
- Makes cancer less scary for children
- Includes tools for coping and communication
- Provides a sense of empowerment
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What People Are Saying
“Mr. C Plays Hide & Seek’ helped me to understand that people in your life may die in the physical sense but never in your heart.”
Hannah Bodner, Age 14
“I don’t like to talk about cancer, but I was OK reading ‘Mr. C Plays Hide & Seek’ because it describes things I’ve heard about but didn’t really understand.”
Jade Bodner, Age 11
“At first glance, I had reservations sharing a book about the anthropomorphizing of cancer with my daughter. Seeing it through her eyes changed my opinion entirely. Mr C. kept it light; she chuckled multiple times. At the end, she said, ‘I like the way you can help get rid of it and still have fun together.’ Hide & Seek facilitated lots of conversation. I wish I had this book sooner!”
Mother, Advanced stage cancer survivor
“As much as I had a strong aversion to meeting Mr C. personally, I fell in love
with Mr C. the character….strange as it may seem.”
“Mr. C Plays Hide & Seek” de-mystifies cancer – a truly wonderful resource.”
Jennifer Deneault RN, BSN, OCN
Oncology Nurse Navigator
“Mr. C Plays Hide & Seek” makes it easier for kids to digest tough information.”
Sam LaMonte, M.D.
“There is wonderful imagery and flow to this book. The facts inform without frightening children.”
Librarian, Bethlehem PA
“Mr. C is addressed as something outside of a person, a clever way to make the subject of cancer more tolerable for children. Loved the photos, too.”