Some Days: A Tale of Love, Ice Cream, and My Mom's Chronic Illness

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8.43 X 9.45 X 0.55 inches | 0.79 pounds

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About the Author
Julie A. Stamm was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in 2007. Since then, Julie has made it her mission to educate, advocate for, and support others battling the disease, giving her the opportunity to work with physicians, patients, and foundations across the globe. She lives with her partner, son, and two pups in Colorado.
Chamisa Kellogg is an illustrator based in Portland, Oregon. She has created artwork for children's books, brands, games, and animation. See more of Chamisa's work at
A perfect and charming book [that] my own child has asked me to read again and again. . . . [Offers] invaluable assurance to children that when mom is fragile with MS, time spent together is still perfect time. Even with imperfections.--Selma Blair, actress
This beautiful picture book shares an affirming message that honestly and unapologetically reflects life with a parent who has a chronic illness. . . . A loving, tender celebration of the mother-child bond.-- "Kirkus Reviews, starred review"
I am always in awe of what mama bears around the world are capable of. Julie Stamm is an #MSWarrior who wrote a very important book . . . which teaches kids about living with chronic illness. We need more books like this, books that empower us all!--Lynda Carter, actress
Julie is truly resilient and we admire her dedication to the MS Movement. She is a champion of our mission and empowers others to live their best lives.--Dana Miele, president of the National MS Society, Greater New York City and Long Island Chapter
I absolutely love this resource for families, and the courage [Stamm has] had to share this story.--Montel Williams, motivational speaker and former host of The Montel Williams Show
A great children's picture book for anyone trying to help kids understand what chronically ill parents go through on a daily basis.-- "The Mighty"
A wonderful tool to help parents educate their children about MS or any chronic illness.-- "MS Views News"