Sep 24, 2013

Alex's Lemonade Stand & The Million Mile Run ~ What would you do to find a CURE for Cancer? ~ Review on Mom Loves 2 Read

To find a cure for childhood cancer, we’re going the distance…one million miles! That’s a long way, but a parent of a child with cancer would go that far - and then some - to find a cure.

During the month of September (Childhood Cancer Awareness Month) we will collectively run or walk one million miles to raise funds and spread the word of the need to support childhood cancer research.

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About the Book :
Alex and the Amazing Lemonade Stand is the true story of Alexandra “Alex” Scott and her courageous, inspiring battle against childhood cancer – using a lemonade stand.

Written by Alex’s parents (with help from Alex) and illustrated by Pam Howard for caring people of all ages, Alex and the Amazing Lemonade Stand shows how one person and an act of love can profoundly impact the world. Read it with someone you love!

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My Review :
Alex's Lemonade stand is a fun an entertaining story about a real girl who decided to do something to help raise money for cancer research.  She set a lofty goal and succeeded!  She had a bit of help along the way.  I love the motivation and determination of young Alex.  Her story is one that will inspire others to see that even One person Can make a difference.  One person, no matter how young, can achieve large goals with some work and determination.  Alex turned lemons into lemonade - then turned that lemonade into dollars to help a worthy cause ~ finding a cure for cancer.  This is the story that inspired the Million Mile Run.  What would YOU do to find a cure for cancer?

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