Lucky Ducky a story written by Devin Nakasone
In today's busy world, there is often not enough time for heart-to-heart communication between children and their parents. Most times, both parents work and sometimes have more than one job. Children spend more time watching TV, on their computers, playing video games or on their phones, and there is less personal interaction than before. This story talks about the importance of communication within the family and how it can affect a child's mental and emotional development. This is even more true when the child is going through crisis, such as a critical illness.
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Lucky Ducky by Devin Nakasone
What does a child do when he feels alone with no one to talk to? He makes a rubber duck his best friend! This is the true story of a little boy named Devin, who learns that he has leukemia. As an only child, taken out of school, and with parents focused on his physical survival, he becomes lonely and afraid. With the many challenges he goes through, he finds out that a toy cannot replace the support from his mom and dad. This easy-to-read story with engaging illustrations send a powerful message---that proper communication in the family is key to a child's emotional and mental health during any crisis.
Published by Tate Publishing
Release Date: June 2, 2015
Available in hardcover, paperback, coloring book and 3D
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