Justina A. Shipman’s newly released “Don’t Be Chicken With Type 1 Diabetes” is an amusing yet profound tale about a child’s life with type 1 diabetes

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“Don’t Be Chicken With Type 1 Diabetes” from Christian Faith Publishing author Justina A. Shipman follows the fascinating narration of a child as she explains her life wherein she deals with type 1 diabetes.

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“Don’t Be Chicken With Type 1 Diabetes”: a captivating kid’s tale about illness told in the voice of a child who faces her own challenges with it. “Don’t Be Chicken With Type 1 Diabetes” is the creation of published author Justina A. Shipman, a veteran classroom teacher with a master’s degree in education. She is passionate about learning and sharing information with others. Her hobbies include crafting, drawing, and reading with her son. She currently resides in Hull, Texas, with her family.

Shipman shares, “Laugh and learn with Gabby Rose as she and her hen, Miracle, explain life with type 1 diabetes. This simple rhyming story will have the reader engaged as they take part in the experiences of a brave little girl who is learning to cope with the day-to-day challenges of being insulin dependent.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Justina A. Shipman’s new book is an eye-opening account that will make readers, young and old alike, understand type 1 diabetes from the perspective of someone who faces it day by day. This book will not only illuminate everyone, but will also inspire because of this girl’s courageous heart.

View a synopsis of “Don’t Be Chicken With Type 1 Diabetes” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Don’t Be Chicken With Type 1 Diabetes” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Don’t Be Chicken With Type 1 Diabetes,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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