Can A Brain Tumour Ever Have An Upside?
In 2009 Skipton-based writer and artist, Emma Crabtree, had her world turned upside down; she had been diagnosed with a brain tumour and the word ‘terminal’ hovered ominously in front of the phrase. That was 12 years ago and now, after a lot of travelling with family and friends, Emma has merged her life-long love of doodling with her love of animals and produced her first illustrated book for children.
Skipton woman children’s book will help brain tumour charity
A SKIPTON woman who was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour with a poor prognosis has celebrated being in good health 12 years down the line and has even written a children’s book during the lockdowns.