Child Life on Call
Parents share their journeys and experiences related to having a child with an illness or medical condition. These powerful, and sometimes emotional, stories offer connection in what can typically feel like an isolating world.
The Lighthouse Podcast
The Lighthouse Podcast is a resource designed from families living through childhood cancer and for those who want to better understand the journey of childhood cancer. In this podcast you will learn from parents, siblings, counselors, coaches, and experts in a variety of fields with the purpose of encouraging and equipping you to better navigate the challenging waters of childhood cancer.
Join Rosaria Kozar, the mother of a warrior, as she interviews oncologists, pediatricians, survivors, parents, and other applicable organizations in the pediatric cancer world. If you need support as a caregiver or are just curious about childhood cancer, this is the show for you. It covers life during treatment and post-treatment.
Elephants & Tea
Media company with the mission to help AYA patients, survivors and caregivers know they are not alone in their fight with cancer. Offers a comprehensive list of AYA events and activities, their own events and activities, and a magazine written by and for the AYA community.
MDAnderson AYA Program
Offers an AYA specific clinic as well as in-person and virtual support programming (support group, art, Q&A with experts, watch parties, happy hours, etc.) Activities are open to everyone regardless of where treatment was received.
National online support community for AYAs affected by cancer. In addition to providing resources for AYA with cancer, this organization holds conferences and podcasts.
Nowhere Hair By Sue Glader
How Do You Care for a Very Sick Bear? By Vanessa Bayer
My Cancer Days By Courtney Filigenzi
The Puddle Jumpers Guide to Kicking Cancer By Elizabeth Billips
What Happens When A Kid Has Cancer: A Book about Childhood Cancer for Kids
What Happens When Someone I Love Has Cancer By Sara Olsher
The Bald-Headed Princess: Cancer, Chemo & Courage By Meredith R. Ditmars
Teenagers Face-To-Face with Cancer By Karen Gravele
My Parent Has Cancer and it Really Sucks By Maya Silver & Marc Silver
Books for Siblings/Families
My Sister Got Cancer: A Workbook for Siblings of Cancer Patients By Emmett & Pa
When Your Brother or Sister has Cancer: A Guide for Teens By National Cancer Institute
You Are Not Alone: Families Touched by Cancer By Eva Grayzel
Jamie’s Journey: Cancer from the Voice of a Sibling By Sharon Wozny
Our Family Has Cancer Too! By Christine Clifford
When Your Child is Sick: A Guide to Navigating the Practical and Emotional Challenges of Caring for a Child Who is Very Ill By Joanna Breyer
Children With Cancer: A Guide for Parents By National Cancer Institute
Along the Way, Documenting My Child’s Cancer Journey By Ruth I. Hoffman
Wreck this Journal By Keri Smith
The Invisible String By Patrice Karst
Hey Warrior By Karent Young
Hey Awesome By Karen Young
A Teaspoon of Courage for Kids: A Little Book of Encouragement for Whenever You Need It By Bradley Trevor Greive
Rain Before Rainbows By Smriti Prasadam-Halls
The Magical Yet By Angela DiTerlizzi
Hope By Corrinne Averiss