Eight-year-old Marcus worries that his mother, who is undergoing chemotherapy treatments for cancer, won’t be able to take part in the annual Carter family picture day because the medicine she is taking has caused her to lose her hair. He promises his mother that “even if you lose all your hair, I’ll find you more.” Meanwhile, Marcus and his brother and sister try to find a solution by suggesting his mother wear a wig or a pretty African head wrap for the photographs. When none of those ideas seem to work, Marcus asks the family barber to cut off all his hair, thinking that he can give it to his mother to help her get better. His mother explains that “finding me hair wouldn’t make me better or worse” and promises that she “will never stop being your mama because I’ll always be with you in your heart.” Soon after the family pictures are taken, the doctor gives Marcus’ mother the good news that the chemotherapy treatments have been working. This is an uplifting and reassuring story with a happy ending that is recommended for older children. It describes cancer and cancer treatment in child-friendly language without exploring some of the realities of cancer and cancer treatment. Artwork in this book is lovely and illustrates a range of facial features and hair textures for the African American characters portrayed.