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New Book "God’s Little Gift" inspires children with Kidney Reflux
Newly released book, "God’s Little Gift" helps inspire young children who face childhood birth defects. Author, Madison L. Coulter writes from experience as she shares her personal story and motivates other young children to have hope and faith.
By: APSi and APSi Media
Kidney Reflux, or Vesicoureteral Reflux (VUR) is an abnormal movement of urine from the bladder into the ureters or kidneys. Urine normally travels from the kidneys via the ureters to the bladder. In Kidney Reflux, the direction of urine flow is reversed, causing infections and in severe cases, bacteria within the blood stream. If left untreated, it can be deadly and in Madison’s case, it became the first five years of childhood.
This book aims to share and inspire other children going through any form of medical challenges. Although, Kidney Reflux is not as serious as other diseases and defects, it is important for children to see other children overcoming their situation.
“God’s Little Gift: Overcoming the birth defect of Kidney Reflux to live a normal life“ was Madison’s way of giving back to other children who need some form of happiness and hope. It is a short book that outlines how she was diagnosed with the birth defect, all the way to her dream of becoming a cheerleader being fulfilled. During Madison’s first five years, it was difficult to find children’s books on Kidney Reflux so she made it her passion to provide families something positive to hold on to.
Madison eventually had surgery to correct her birth defect but continues to be a lighthouse for everyone she encounters. Madison one day hopes to travel back to Johns Hopkins Hospital and personally deliver a signed copy to the two surgeons that got her on track to a normal life. She also wishes to provide a copy of her book to every children’s hospital around the country.
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Author, Madison Coulter said, “I believe it was my mission in life. I am here to help inspire others and provide hope to other children who are faced with challenges at a early age. I believe that God gave me this gift through my birth defect and I plan on sharing my happiness with everyone in the world.”
About the Author: Madison Lafay Coulter is a 10 year old 5th grader who is a Honor Student, Character Ambassador and Athlete. Madison was born with a birth defect called Kidney Reflux. She spent the first five years of her life learning more about her birth defect and the severe illnesses children can have if left untreated. Madison is one of the most positive kids you will ever meet and believes you can accomplish anything you put your mind to as long as you faith.
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