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About Can I take My Panda Daddy?

 

With a loving family and a pretty bushland home, Sean Crooks' days were full of
wonder and excitement. When, at age four, Sean was found to have a malignant
brain tumour, his life and the lives of those around him were changed forever.
Within hours of that unexpected diagnosis an air ambulance was flying him to
The Children's Hospital at Westmead in Sydney, Australia, for an extended course
of palliative radiotherapy.

Simply and beautifully written, Can I Take My Panda Daddy? follows the physical
and emotional journey taken by Sean and his family, from Sean's early non-specific
symptoms through to the first anniversary of his death. In writing this memoir,
Greg Crooks not only wanted to take the reader on Sean's 'journey' but also
wanted the reader to discover and to love Sean as much as he did.
Can I Take My Panda Daddy? has been especially well received by families who
have, for whatever reason and at whatever age, lost a child. And though never
intended to be a reference text, Can I Take My Panda Daddy? has also been well
received by grief and cancer organizations worldwide.

 

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'... a powerful journey into the heart of a family tragedy.'
                    
Michael Robotham author of 'The Suspect' and 'Lost"

 

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