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Now Caitlin Can: A donated organ helps a child get well.

Now Caitlin Can: A donated organ helps a child get well.     

by Ramona Wood
Price: $16.00

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32 Pages, Hardback, 8 x 10

ISBN-10: 0-9758622-0-0
ISBN-13: 978-0-9758622-0-9

When Freddie learned a kidney transplant could help his little sister, Caitlin was too small... Then she needed a gift from people who didn't even know her. Could this really happen? Now Caitlin Can is based on a true story. The brightly colored paper and fabric illustrations show the daily life of a family caring for their little girl. Share Caitlin's ups and downs as her dreams for a normal life come true--thanks to a very special gift.

About The Author

Ramona Wood writes and illustrates stories about people in unusual situations. She researches and tells a story in simple terms and then creates the pictures to bring it to life. The National Museum of Women in the Arts awarded 2001 grant for Ramona's book: The Goat Woman of Smackover, about a folk-figure who lived in a circus truck for fifty years. Ramona has also written and illustrated for publications such as Between the Lines and Pockets Magazine. Ramona's early training as a graphic artist and copywriter on the West coast contributes to her journalistic and artistic approach to children's books. She and her family now live in South Arkansas.


"A beautiful and moving story that touches on the struggles involved with daily living for a child with a body that is not working as it should..." Sara Thurman, EdD Principal, Walker Station Elementary in Houston, Texas "Ms Wood has written a wonderful story for children with an important message about organ donation. The illustrations and writing are very accurate with regard to organ donation and transplantation, yet done in an interesting and age-appropriate manner for young children..." Boyd Ward Executive Director, Arkansas Regional Organ Recovery Agency "Now Caitlin Can shows that needing a kidney transplant and getting one are two very different situations and the waiting time can be lengthy. The portrayal of Caitlin is believable, showing how her condition affected the lives of others around her..." Cecil T. Tielke Two-time kidney recipient and a thirty-year veteran educator in Texas schools

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