Imagine...Amazing Me! by Award Winning Author: Libbi Chilia
email the author: Libbichilia@yahoo.com
What's NEW? Imagine...The Possabilities! is now available! Thank you to all who shared stories and supported me in writing this 2nd book!
You can ORDER Your books today! Books will be shipped in Mid-November!
Imagine...Amazing Me! by Libbi Chilia
Imagine...Amazing me! (published February 2008 by Halo Publishing) is a children's book which has photographs of children from around the United States and Canada engaging in everyday childhood activities, despite having a limb difference! I wrote this book because my daughter was born with a limb difference. I wanted her to see others like herself and for others to see just how amazing children with limb differences are!
“Imagine…Amazing Me, by Libbi Chilia, is such a wonderful support tool and gives parents a true sense of hope.” Aimee Olsen, Child Life Specialist, Shriners Hospital.
Recipient of 2009 HPI You Make A Difference Award
TV appearance on WKYC Channel 3!
CLEVELAND CLINIC - Purchased books to use in library and use as gifts to parents of children with limb differences.
MARY FREEBED CENTER FOR LIMB DIFFERENCES IN GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN - Received money to purchase to give as gifts to new patients dealing with limb differences. They are tracking feedback from the book and plan to continue using the book as a support tool.
SHRINERS HOSPITAL IN ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA - Purchased books to give as gifts to families of children with limb differences.
CUYAHOGA COUNTY LIBRARIES - Purchased books for all libraries in Cuyahoga County!
Amazon.com Sales Rank: #1192 in Children's books addressing Special Needs
INTERNATIONAL SALES! INCLUDING: Japan, Canada, Great Britain, Pakistan, Switzerland, Australia and Africa!
Featured in 3 issues of Parma Sun News Newspaper!
Top 10 Finalist in Indie Book Award!
Five-star ratings on Amazon!
WDOK 102.1 - Interview with Jim McIntyre!
Author visits to Pleasant Valley Elementary School, Ridgebrook Elementary School, St. John Bosco Early Childhood Center, and Parma Community Elementary School.
Author discussions at Cleveland State University, John Carroll University and Parma Heights Library!
Profits made from this book are donated to benefit children with limb differences.