This is a place where we hope that children of ALL ages would be able to come and SHARE how they feel about their Vitiligo and find others like themselves. Come share your Jokes, Recipes, Grades, Games, TV shows, and more.......
Our contest begins November 2 - December 2, 2017
We are looking for FALL -or- Thanksgiving POEMS
NO more than 70 words -or- TWO Stanzas.
YOUR OWN POEMS!.........Your Own Creations!
TWO winners will be selected and will
receive a COPY of either of the latest
children's Vitiligo books.
Our Contest Judges are BOTH children's Authors:
Phyllis Gilmore and Kim Kirkland
and our Pen Pal Patch Director - April Sawyer.
Please see these books listed below....
So, CHILDREN let's start WRITING!
POST your peoms on our fb page:
or email us at:
So, would you like your child with Vitiligo love to attend summer CAMP?
..... It is FREE? .....
Sponsored by: American Academy of Dermatology
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These books are appropriate to address the issues children face with Vitiligo or any other condition. Visit your local library or purchase these books for your children. Using Amazon, will give us credit for your purchase, Thank you!
*NEW....VITILIGO Doesn't Scare Me, by Kim Kirkland
*NEW....Snow White, by Jewel Kats
*NEW....Skin Deep, by Phyllis Gilmore
Both books can be found on AmazonSmile
Click here to order your copy
Teens - "Me without You!" by Lisa Swerling and Ralph Lazar. There are a million ways of saying 'I love you and life just isn't the same without you', but none quite like this!
Elementary - Children's author - Todd Parr. This book delivers the messages of acceptance, understanding, and confidence in an accessible, child-friendly format.
Elementary - Children's author - Lori Mitchell -(Her daughter April Mitchell has Vitiligo) April wonders why and how people are different from her and learns how they are also very much alike.
ALL Ages - Children's author - Michaela DePrince - who has Vitiligo) She was living in an orphanage in Sierra Leone, but was adopted by a family and brought to America. Michaela had a dream of becoming a ballerina
Elementary - Children's author - The Cheltenham Elementary School. This book celebrates the multitude of differences in our society -- at a time when understanding tolerance and diversity have never been more important.
Elmer is the story of a PATCHWORK elephant who believed the other animals were laughing at him because of his crazy patchwork coat. This is a grest read for very young children.
Introducing WONDEROPOLIS a website that both children and parents can use to ask a question or simply explore. It is a place where you can post a WONDER and get a response.
For example, here's my wonder: