"Running on the Wind" - by Meghan Waldron, PRF's Youth Ambassador
Cassidy Montez was born under a rock so she never learned how to jump out of a nest. That means two things: (1) she's walked everywhere and (2) her friends think she's capable of flying. But most importantly: does SHE think she is capable of flying?
Measures 8" x 8" | 64 pages | hardbound
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Themes: being shy, running, developing talents, friendship, doing things differently than your flock
Lesson 1 - If you trust yourself, it will all be okay in the end.
Lesson 2 - You can do anything if you set your mind to it.
About the author: MEGHAN WALDRON is a confident and creative 17-year-old living in western Massachusetts. Her love of writing led to her poetry being published in Stone Soup Magazine when she was 13 years old. Meghan loves all kinds of cute, small critters. She lives with 2 gerbils, 2 birds, and a tortoise. Sometimes when responding to comments regarding her size she has been known to say: “Sure I’m small, but so are poison dart frogs!”
As The Progeria Foundation’s Youth Ambassador, Meghan helps raise awareness of PRF’s mission to cure Progeria. She is also an accomplished musician and athlete as a member of her high school cross country track teams, and a lead cellist in the school’s band.
Running on the Wind is a wonderful children’s book, with lessons on friendship, facing fears, and perseverance that shine through Meghan’s eyes.
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