Kim Gosselin was born and raised in Michigan where she attended Central Michigan University. She began her professional writing career shortly after her two young sons were both diagnosed with chronic illnesses. Kim is extremely committed to bringing the young reader quality children's health education while raising important funds for medical research. Kim now resides, writes, and gives consultations. Kim is the recipient of the 1998 National American Lung Association Presidential Award. She is an avid supporter of the American Lung Association, the American Cancer Society, the Epilepsy Foundation of American, and a member of the American Diabetes Association, the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International, the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, the Small Publishers Association of North America, the Publishers Marketing Association, and the Author's Guild.
Great book for my daughter. She brought it to her new school to help kids understand she is no different!Published 9 months ago by Kelly Patton
Type 1 diabetes is a tough disease to control, even for adults. Having type 1 as a child is exponentially harder for the kid and the parent as well. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Chet Galaska
DId not have an opportunity to read this one before passing it along to our grandchild, whose boy starts preschool this yearPublished 13 months ago by oldwarhorse66
What a great book to introduce diabetes to your child's friends. I read it to my son's 2nd grade class & it cleared up a lot of questions they all had. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Mom2Boys
My son is 5 and this book was over his head. This book is probably good for a child who is several years older. Otherwise a good book for a child with diabetes.Published 14 months ago by Sierra Johnson
My grandson took this book to school and his teacher read it to the class. He said they enjoyed itPublished 18 months ago by Peggy Keirn