Special Book Offer
Okay, most of you know that I don’t often use the Cubeville blog to shill my own writing, lol, but I’m going to make an exception this time…
I just wanted to let you know that “Chicken Soup: Raising a Child with Special Needs” including my story, “Joey’s Gold Medal” has just released.
I’ve read my preview copy cover to cover, and I think this might be the best CS book ever!
It’s a collection of stories about some true “heroes” in our society, both the kids and the people who love them. So, I decided to do something special with the release of this one.
Here’s the deal:
I want to let you know that every penny of the profit I make from this book will be donated to the Oregon Special Olympics, an organization that is very dear to my heart (read Joey’s Gold Medal, and you’ll know why.)
So, if you, or someone you know, would like some great inspirational reading, and a chance to help out a wonderful organization, please take the time to visit the following website and place an order:
Or you can send a copy of this post, and a check for $17.35 ($14.95 cover + $2.40 shipping) per copy, to:
PO Box 21
Wilsonville, Oregon 97070
Please feel free to comment below if you have any questions, and pass this blog URL along to any and all!
PS – Here’s a little more about this title:
“These powerful heart rendering stories are filled with honesty, humor, hope and offer inspiration to parents, teachers, and anyone else who cares for children with special needs.”
–Gerold Jampolsky, M.D.
Offering encouragement and insight to anyone whose child faces extraordinary challenges.
Raising a child with special needs is a lifelong commitment that’s as unique as every person who embarks on it. Written by various authors who share in this distinctive relationship Chicken Soup for the Soul: Children with Special Needs offers a glimpse into the lives of others who are on a similar yet diverse path.
These stories provide insight, comfort and connection with others who have walked this powerful and transformational journey. The authors of these candid stories relate their own experiences of adjusting, reaching out and flourishing.
You will learn from others who share the universal worries, the tears and the laughs that come with this extraordinary relationship, as well as the wisdom to help you be the very best parent/caregiver you can be.
These stories will remind you of the profound role you will forever play in a child’s life. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Children with Special Needs helps provide that support in the form of a literary companion.
An excellent gift book or parenting and support resource, topics include:
• Parents who have come to accept an unexpected diagnosis.
• Families that work together to help their loved one meet everyday challenges.
• Teens who have special needs, as they deal with physical changes, relationship issues, and their desire for independence
Told with honesty and humor, these are stories that tug at the heartstrings. They are candid and personal and as unique and special as the person they celebrate.