Matthew Ouimet is 2 years old. He has Primary Hyperoxaluria Type 1. He just received a liver/kidney transplant and is at UCSF fighting like a little warrior to receive and keep these treasured gifts. Prior to surgery, Matthew’s Mom, Kristi Wisecarver -Ouimet was driving 6 days a week from their home in Antioch, CA to UCSF (University of CA San Fransisco) for dialysis and to prep Matthew in the hopes that he would some day receive these organs. As you can imagine, bills are piling up! The Ouimet family’s other worries should not be financially based.
Matthew Ouimet Raising awareness about Organ Donation!
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IRA-CBC Children’s Choice Award Winner
Parents’ Choice Award Approved Winner
Society of School Librarians International Honor Book
Ages 4 to 10 years
Written By: Jules Bass
Illustrated By: Debbie Harter
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Ages 5 to 9 years
Written By: Laurie Krebs
Illustrated By: Valeria Cis
THE GIFT, the story of a girl’s journey through life and the desires that shape it. With a kind of magic that is timeless, The Gift speaks to everyone who wonders about the mysteries that lie at the heart of the human experience.
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A glimpse of life with and without an Invisible Illness
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publishing poetry with a pulse since 2000