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Will Jax Be Home For Thanksgiving? When A Child Has A Brain Tumor by Samarrah Fine Clayman is a beautiful and heartrending story that teaches readers important life lessons, celebrating life and being grateful. Three-year-old Jax was in the hospital. His mother told Lyla, his sister, that he had a brain tumor and he needed surgery to remove it. The doctors gave him medicine before the surgery and when he woke up, the lump was gone. Lyla was missing him because he was still in the hospital and she wanted to know how Jax got a brain tumor. She hoped he would come home before Thanksgiving because it was their favorite holiday. Lyla had many questions when she visited Jax in the hospital. She wanted to know if the doctors were nice and if the food was good. Would Jax be able to come home before Thanksgiving? Would he recover completely before Thanksgiving?
Will Jax Be Home For Thanksgiving? by Samarrah Fine Clayman is the best way to teach children how to take each day at a time and celebrate life and be grateful to what they have. Amy Preveza's illustrations are as adorable as the story and she makes the author's words and concept tangible to young readers. Lyla and Jax will leave a mark on the hearts of the readers and will help them deal with challenging situations in life. The story offers love, hope, and courage to all readers, especially those who are going through difficult situations in life. Stories like this will definitely make a change in the mindset of readers who are facing hardships and going through adversities. It is a good book to encourage readers to look at life and the challenges thrown at them in a positive way.