Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Ehlers Danlos Syndrome with Liberty the Dog, Ehlers Danlos Children's Book, Updated and Now With Pictures

Ehlers Danlos Syndrome With Liberty The Dog

Are you looking for a book for your children to help them explain to their friends about EDS? I'm happy to announce that the book 
Ehlers Danlos Syndrome With Liberty The Dog
is done and ready to purchase! Liberty and I wrote a book for kids that have EDS to help them explain a little about EDS to their friends and classmates. Liberty also explains what an Emotional Support Dog is and what she does to help me.
We are very excited about this and can't wait to help kids.

If you bought a book in July, there's just one of you, but if you will comment here I will send you a new book free of charge! The book you received was sent to you before changes were made. 

Click on this link or copy and paste it into your address bar!!

This book can be found anywhere that books are sold online.

Take a look and give us a like while you're there!

Liberty, an Emotional Support Dog, Helps You Explain Ehlers Danlos Syndrome to Others.
Authored by Amy Dee Hosp

Liberty, the Ehlers Danlos Dog, shares a genetic disorder with her owner called Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. This is Liberty's story about what it is like to live with EDS and how she, an Emotional Support Dog, helps her owner. Liberty's story will help children who have Ehlers Danlos Syndrome not only understand better what EDS is but how to explain it to friends and family along with helping to educate others about the EDS child's special needs when at play or participating in sports.

This book is a great tool to help your child at the beginning of the school year introduce themselves with some of their challenges to their classmates and teachers.

About the author:
Amy Hosp grew up in Frisco TX and she is a graduate of Dallas Christian College where she earned a B.S. in Ministry & Leadership and has spent some time working toward earning a Master's degree at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth TX. In 2005 Amy served as a missionary in Nigeria.
In 2012 Amy was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder called Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. She has Classical Type I which causes a host of health issues that have left her disabled. Despite her disabilities, Amy enjoys random adventures ranging from a spur of the moment road trip to the country to exploring ideas of the unknown in life. Her life is a voyage and she wants to invite you to go along with her and find in you, what she has and is still finding, "The person that God created me to be!"
Amy is a writer, photographer, musician, and a missionary. She deals with life by always looking for the positive side to every situation and she will leave you with a smile. Her passion is to challenge the minds of others to look deep inside of themselves and look at life from a different perspective and also to find the true giftings of God in their lives. Amy brings a unique view to understanding God's fullness and happiness for today's believer.

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