This is wonderful to see. I really know what they mean now when they call you a humanitarian. Before I started reading your blog with the our kids, I had never even HEARD of celiac disease. Now my whole family knows what it is and sometimes we have gluten free stuff to eat. So I can imagine a lot of other families have heard about this too. That was also really nice of this group to thank you like that. Good old-fashioned manners!
you certainly do raise awareness for this disease LOL. I had never even heard of celiac before I started reading your blog. I thought it would be something really complicated or not clearly understood but I was surprised to find that at least the treatment for it is simple.
Cool beans, Tina! You really are a humanitarian as they say. Of course I knew that when I heard that the profits of most of your Danny the Dragon products go to non-profit organizations.
I am so happy to see everything you do for celiac disease! The Chappell family is not alone! All three of our daughters are celiac, and they are extra excited about Danny the Dragon because they heard that you are celiac too. They have asked a lot whether Danny the Dragon is celiac too! We look forward to your Danny the Dragon gluten-free kids cookbook.
Bravo! You’re the real thing when it comes to inspiring artists with big hearts. I really think that artists and authors have the biggest hearts of all. They do their work to get society-changing messages out there and they’re not just in it for the money. Hence I notice how much they help others with their money. I’ve seen this with so many actors and actresses, too, but of course they do have lots of money to spare!
Our favorite celiac author! You are so cool because you’re not just a celiac disease advocate, which is great enough, but you’re an ARTIST and you have this whole children’s book series. That’s why you’re our favorite:) And your recipes are great too!
This is great to see that you really are involved in charitable work. I heard about how your proceeds on your DVD and CD are going to charities and I thought that was like so cool! I really think that literacy is important to because kids are empowered with reading skills and can go out and become productive adults that contribute to the society.
Glad to hear the event led to a great donation toward the Celiac Disease Foundation, which does SUCH a fantastic job!
My best friend growing up was recently diagnosed with celiac disease and it was because she happened to come across information on it online. She thought she should get tested because her symptoms seemed to indicate she might have the disease. I just want to say thanks for getting the word out because people will really read about cd on the internet and it does make a difference.
So it’s true;) I’ve heard a lot from local Southern California groups about your involvement. They seem very excited to have a celebrity like you helping them with this cause!
I am familiar with Tina Turbin for her glutenfreehelp.info website and I am very excited to read Danny the Dragon Meets Jimmy! I ordered the paperback and audiobook and really look forward to listening and reading to these with my granddaughter Mila who will be turning 6 this October. I have a feeling she will really like Danny!
This is why you’re such an inspiration to us and not just to our kids. It’s always nice to hear about how your favorite people in the world are so giving and have such big hearts!
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