Look What We Can Do! is an illustrated children’s book based on a true story about a child named Nolan and his teddy bear as they explore their world via Nolan’s new power wheelchair.
“In a matter of 1 hour, 2-year-old Nolan lost complete mobility and sensation from his neck down, due to a very rare neuro-immune disorder called Acute Idiopathic Transverse Myelitis,” says the book’s author, Brittany Adkins, regarding the the boy who inspired the book.
“Nolan and his Teddy continue to tackle each day with all they have, finding joy and love at every corner,” adds Adkins, a school psychologist in Saegertown, Pa, in a media release from the book’s publisher, Christian Faith Publishing.
Kristen Bell, an art director from Brooklyn, NY, provides the illustrations.
Nolan continues his road to recovery at home near Pittsburgh, with his family. He is currently attending the Frazier Rehabilitation institute, where he participates in activity-based therapies. Proceeds from the book go to help fund pediatric spinal cord research and rehabilitation programs at the Frazier institute, the release explains.
The book can be purchased at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo, or Barnes and Noble.
[Source(s): Christian Faith Publishing, PRWeb]