Oh no, is Ella really going to sell her sister? She was so excited to have a sibling and now what will she do after learning all of the changes that a new baby brings? Will Ella come around to love and adore her sister after all? I Sold My Sister is an endearing story of what it's like to have a new sister told from the point of view of a five year old. The author's vivid illustrations were produced using many mediums despite serious vision loss and difficulties distinguishing between colors. Enjoy this colorful book with those you love and be reminded that life and family are priceless.
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Nine year old, Ella Mozzarella, thrives with a genetic disorder called Neurofibromatosis (NF) in New Jersey with her parents and sister, Claire. Ella underwent 16 months of chemotherapy to stabilize brain tumors caused by NF. Tumors claimed the vision in her left eye and has impaired the vision in her right as well. NF may cause Ella many challenges but she remains positive and courageous as she lives life vibrantly. You can usually find her writing, drawing, acting, singing, dancing, running, performing kind acts for others, or spreading awareness for NF. This is Ella's first published book and has a few more ready to go. She wants to let other kids know that you can follow your dreams and overcome any obstacle if you believe in yourself and never give up!
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1511972890