A mother’s story of raising an autistic son, navigating the vaccine court, and confronting the widespread denial of a link between vaccines and autism.
A Bad Reaction is a personal journey—sometimes painful, sometimes funny. It confronts the dissonance between what the government tells us about the vaccine-autism link and its secret payments compensating the vaccine-injured. It tackles broader issues such as individual versus government responsibility, the conflicts of interest in vaccination-safety research, and the balance of individual and collective good. Vaccines hold the special distinction of being the only mandated drugs all children receive and have saved innumerable lives. They also have safety risks. This book is about one of those “negative outcomes.” His name is Porter.
Every child dreams of the day they can get behind the steering wheel of their favorite vehicles.
Sarah’s “Working Wheels” and “Rev It Up!” series let them turn the keys to their imagination and buckle up for hours of stories with muscle cars, fire engines, ambulances, dump trucks and so much more – no driver’s license required.
Hank has a hotdog habit and he’s hit bottom. He’s been kicked out of the house. His family has never been so angry but he just can’t stop eating hotdogs.
Find out how friends of Beagle W., the hotdog hounds at the Local Hotdogs Anonymous meeting, help Hank wrestle with his hotdog problem.
More than 20 million Americans struggle with alcoholism or addiction. Sarah created Hank’s tale to help adults and children understand more about addiction and recovery.
“Humor is a critical part of the recovery process for me. Hank is my alter ego – a creature that makes mistakes and learns from others how to be the best he can be.” – Sarah Bridges
Sarah appeared on Fox 4 Now’s “Morning Blend” segment to talk about “Hot Dogs Anonymous.” Watch the video below!
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