Miramar, FL, November 30, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Andrea Nugent, the visionary creator of B.i.o.n.i.c Girls, has released a new children’s book, "Mommy is Still Mommy: Cancer can't change that!" written to be a catalyst for heartfelt conversations between patients undergoing treatment for cancer with their children. Vividly animated and written in a manner that will touch your children, "Mommy is Still Mommy" is a must-have for all families dealing with cancer. Filled with text and colorful illustrations on a level that all children can relate to, this multi-ethnic book cleverly tackles the effects of cancer treatment. Cancer no longer has to be a scary topic. This book will simplify the effects of cancer treatment and change the way cancer impacts your family.
About the Author
Andrea Nugent is a single mother, and both an epilepsy and breast cancer survivor. She is originally from Kingston, Jamaica and was raised in south Florida most of her life. Currently she resides in Miramar, Florida with her son Zachary. An alumna of Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Florida, Andrea received her Master's in Business Administration. With a new zest for life, Andrea is a motivational speaker who truly inspires and touches the lives of everyone she meets. She has become increasingly well known and respected for talking openly about her battle with both diseases.
Andrea is founder of B.i.o.n.i.c. Girls, Inc. (Beauty is Optional: Newer, Improved, Changed), a non-profit breast cancer organization that provides free services to breast cancer patients and survivors in the south Florida Community. Their services include free transportation to treatment, household cleaning, drop-off and pick-up of prescriptions, support groups and in-home counseling. Their mission is to empower and transform the lives of breast cancer survivors who have undergone cancer treatment and mastectomy. The focus of B.i.o.n.i.c. Girls, Inc. is on rebuilding self-image and self-esteem while creating opportunities for wellness by offering free services that will allow women to focus more on healing and less on life's stresses. Andrea is committed to promoting public awareness of this growing disease, especially in women between the ages of 20 - 40, as this population is increasingly being diagnosed. To access more details about the book and the organization, visit www.facebook.com/mommyisstillmommy and www.bionicgirls.org.
Available now through www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com and www.authorhouse.com.