This rhyming picture book for children shares the story of a true friendship as one girl deals with the challenges of living with cerebral palsy. It is a tool for parents in helping their child understand that some disabilities are visible while others are not seen.


A riveting coming of age story told from a mothers point of view. Lessons of endurance, love, loneliness and support for a child’s emotional health.


A Little Bit of Nana’s Story

A little family history today: Today is Nana’s birthday. She was born on May 17, 1911. The oldest of 7. Agnes (after her paternal grandmother) Mildred Moller. Her father: John Conrad Moller, Her mother: Elizabeth Frances Dugan Moller. Nana contracted polio at the age of 5. She was paralyzed from the waist down. It began […]