It’s Parkinson’s Awareness Month and we don’t want to miss our unique opportunity to share information about the disease. We have two authors with the Parkinson’s (and several caretakers who have experience with the disease) on our team, and are proud to contribute to increasing #parkinsonsawareness with the following features.
Adele Pfrimmer Hensley, who has young-onset Parkinson’s disease, has written two books for children who have parents suffering from chronic illnesses, like PD. She wishes to offer a BUY ONE/GIVE ONE special — buy any one of her books and give any one of her books to the organization of your choice. Just give us the details when you order. Or contact Adele directly if you’d like a signed copy. Click here to go to her website for more details on this special from her perspective.
Her books are available in our bookstore, or email the publisher at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Our second feature for this month includes a reprinting of a short story by the late Alva Harris, with the blessing of his wife and caretaker Donna Harris, called Gray Ghost: My Last Boat. It is available only on eBook and costs just 99 cents. Easy to read and share. You’ll be happy (through tears) that you did. These are things we all should understand.
DESCRIPTION: A short story about the impact of Parkinson’s disease on one man’s lifelong passion for the water. Includes photographs of the late Alva Harris, the Gray Ghost, and a letter from his wife Donna Harris.
You can learn more about Alva and his writings at www.buzzardsmyth.com. Alva passed last year at the age of 83, but his efforts to understand PD and contribute to awareness lives on.