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Kayla Garrison is writing book about childhood cancer

As yet untitled book should hit bookstores between April and June, 2015
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By Ch'Dara Wheat and Lesley Ferguson
News from Adair County High School

Adair County High School junior Kayla Garrison is in the process of writing and publishing a book about pediatric cancer.

Though the book is currently untitled, it is a fictional story of a little girl named Kadee who has leukemia. Kayla is writing this book to raise money for her foundation, Kayla's Rising Above Childhood Cancer (KRACC), at Kosair's Children Hospital.


The book combines Kayla's love for writing with her passion for helping others. Kayla hopes her book will raise awareness and inspire readers to pursue causes of their own or work towards finding a cure for pediatric cancer.

Garrison's book should hit stores between April and June of 2015. Ch'Dara Wheat and Lesley Ferguson. Kayla's website: KRACC and e-mail Kayla at kgarrison4@gmail.com


This story was posted on 2015-02-06 13:15:38
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Kayla Garrison will soon have book published



2015-02-06 - Addison Jo Blair Cancer Care Center, Kosair Hospital, Louisville, KY - Photo By C Wheat and L Ferguson.
Adair County High School junior Kayla Garrison is in the process of writing and publishing a book about pediatric cancer. Though the book is currently untitled, it is a fictional story of a little girl named Kadee who has leukemia. Kayla is writing this book to raise money for her foundation, Kayla's Rising Above Childhood Cancer (KRACC), at Kosair's Children Hospital. - Ch'Dara Wheat and Lesley Ferguson, Adair County High School.

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