"Every Day Counts is one of the most important books to read for people who are working with very sick and terminally ill children. Rarely are readers allowed such an up close and personal view of what it’s like to watch a child face disease and to help the child do so in a way that preserves their own dignity and choices. Not only does the book teach how to live along side the suffering of children, it informs the reader about using any challenging and painful life experience to grow and become more whole. The book has become a training tool for the staff working at The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp."
-Karen P. Carlson, Ph.D.
Psychologist, The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp
Lecturer, Yale University Child Study Center
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