“The first Christmas after my father was diagnosed with brain cancer, I realized everything had changed.”
So begins an essay by North Lancaster physician and prolific author Melissa Yuan-Innes, one of 101 writers featured in
An emergency room physician, Dr. Yuan-Innes dedicates the essay to her father, James Yuan.
The book “celebrates how small gestures can make a big difference in someone’s day, even someone’s life,” says Fabiana Meléndez, publicist with Zilker Media. Visit chickensoup.com to order copies. “This collection of 101 uplifting, true stories, written by Canadians and for Canadians, will help you see the beauty in the small, meaningful gestures Canadians share with one another. From random acts of kindness to doing what’s right, this book shows how the positive attitudes and the good deeds of Canadians can not only change their country, but the world.”
Royalties from the book will go to United Way Centraide Canada.