Omphalocele Child’s Book

December 20, 2011 at 1:38 am | Posted in Winter 2011 | 2 Comments

The book we created called ‘A Very Special Me’ has been selling very well.  It’s a book that helps a small child make sense of their omphalocele. It’s been so exciting to read what people think about it via email and posts on FaceBook.

In only 2-weeks our book has traveled to 31 states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Maryland, Main, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Oklahoma, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin. . .

And. . .

7 countries: Australia, Belgium, Canada, Romania, South Africa. Scotland and Singapore… We have sold 75% of the books we printed. Very Exciting!

There’s a pending order for a hospital in Alaska and that would take us to 32 states.  I’m getting eager for Brianna to get her maps that she asked Santa to get her for Christmas, so we can mark all the places on her map.

Brianna will deliver her book to her surgeon on Friday.  He  has no ideas we created a book, so it will be a very neat Christmas Surprise!

This has been such a great project because we love hearing how the book is helpful to many people. We started this “testimonial” section on our Web site, so we can track the feedback better in one location.

You can also order on the main page of the link above!

Happy Holidays!

The Steffen Family



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  1. Would you like to have it translated into spanish? I would do it for you, free, of course. Would be just nice to help….

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