Mummy's Lump - Gillian Forrest & Sarah

Mummy's Lump

By Gillian Forrest & Sarah

  • Release Date: 2012-07-14
  • Book Genre: Health & Fitness
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 287 Ratings)
eBook version ☑

Audiobook ♫

Read book description and reviews - Mummy's Lump by Gillian Forrest & Sarah

Mummy's Lump by Gillian Forrest & Sarah

Mummy's Lump is the UK's first-ever book to help young children whose mums have been diagnosed with breast cancer.

Author Gillian Forrest, Consultant Child Psychiatrist and Senior Research Fellow at Oxford University, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1990 when her children were five and seven, said: "Even though I am an experienced child psychiatrist, I was very unsure how to talk to my children about my diagnosis. Nobody asked if I had any problems with explaining what was happening to my children, everything was focused on my condition." 

To help other parents facing the problem Gillian decided to write a book aimed at the under-sixes, which would explain what their mum was going through. 

Mummy's Lump follows Elly and Jack as they learn of their mother's diagnosis and treatment for breast cancer. It has the look and feel of a classic children's story book, with illustrations by Sarah Garson and a read-along narration by Zoë Wanamaker.

tags: Mummy's Lump by Gillian Forrest & Sarah eBOOK; Mummy's Lump ePUB; Mummy's Lump book review; Mummy's Lump book summaries; book recommendations; book review blogs; book summary websites; Mummy's Lump Gillian Forrest & Sarah pdf; Mummy's Lump Audiobook; Gillian Forrest & Sarah; Health & Fitness books.

Book Reviews

  • mummy lump

    By 1234mack
    it is good it does not need so many words my opinion
  • So sweet

    By 45mina
    It really helps the children understand what is really happening to the mothers
  • 💕😌

    By Myapie
    This is one of the best children's books on the earth its heartwarming and has a very good ending I love it
  • Great

    By Harry's girl 1#
    I love it
  • Interesting

    By Kiki8 brain pop
    It was very interesting but it taught a lesson.

Comment Section