<B>July 20, 2011 in Bookstores: </B>“The Lost Fountain”, a children’s fictional story about Progeria, is published, with 50% of proceeds to be donated to PRF.

July 20, 2011 in Bookstores: “The Lost Fountain”, a children’s fictional story about Progeria, is published, with 50% of proceeds to be donated to PRF.

 

 
Home » Fundraising Events » Past Events 2011 » July 20, 2011 in Bookstores: “The Lost Fountain”, a children’s fictional story about Progeria, is published, with 50% of proceeds to be donated to PRF.

Enjoy this wonderful story about the adventures of Noah and his friends, 12-year old boys who set out to find the fabled Fountain of Youth, believing it can save Noah's younger brother who has Progeria. Unbeknownst to the boys, however, they are in a race to find the fountain with a greedy archaeologist who is hot on their trail. With the ghost of Ponce de León on their side, the boys learn that if one truly believes, anything can be accomplished, and that even the most seemingly remote dream can be reached.

Click here to order this book, and happy reading!

Many thanks to author Peter Sacco and Inkwater Press for donating 50% of the proceeds to The Progeria Research Foundation.

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