Overview

When a child is in pain, imagining scenes that are soothing or uplifting may help reduce the discomfort. Imagine a Rainbow is a beautiful tool for introducing children to the idea of using their imaginations to cope with pain, whether by itself or as part of a more comprehensive pain management plan.

The book also includes an extensive Note to Parents that explains the techniques of imagery and deep breathing, and how to help children use them.

About the Author
Brenda S. Miles, PhD, is a clinical pediatric neuropsychologist who lives in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She became interested in pain while working with children who have sickle cell disease, a genetically inherited blood disorder that can produce episodes of intense pain. Imagine a Rainbow is her first book for children.
About the Illustrator
Nicole Wong is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design. Her illustrations have been featured in several children's books, magazines, and greeting cards. Nicole lives with her husband and their dog and cat in Massachusetts.
Reviews & Awards
  • iParenting Media Award Winner
  • ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Award Finalist