I Have No Hair and I Don’t Care

About the Book

What’s inside your heart is what matters. That’s the important message Heidi Edelman wishes to convey in I Have No Hair and I Don’t Care, an illustrated children’s book written from the perspective of a child undergoing treatment for cancer. When the story’s heroine begins to lose her golden locks, she worries about what others will think of her. But she soon discovers being bald does not make you any less beautiful inside or out. Inspired by the author’s personal experience with her daughter, Spencer, who was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma at the age of 25, I Have No Hair and I Don’t Care will bring comfort to children and their parents facing cancer or any physically-altering medical condition.

I Have No Hair and I Don't Care

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There are many ways to share your legacy. At A Life in Print, we’ve enjoyed working with clients to bring to life children’s stories that have been hidden away for decades. Created illustrations to support their storytelling, shared life experiences in verse and illustrations.

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