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"Chocolate Bar" means awesome to Dylan Siegel, who at just 6 years old, wrote the book CHOCOLATE BAR to fundraise for his best friend, Jonah Pournazarian, who suffers from a rare liver condition called Glycogen Storage Disease (GSD Type 1b). Over the past 2 years, Dylan has reached his goal of raising over $1 million to support world-class researchers in finding a cure for GSD. This story speaks of the power our kids have to be agents of change and inspiration for others, children and adults alike.


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  • Margaret de Carbonel

    What inspired me was the empathy one boy has for the other and how he wants to help him.

  • rupesh

    spirit of young boy.

  • patjos

    Totally Chocolate bar!

  • Deepak

    Thank you . It is truly inspirational

  • Admin

    Dear Barbara, you can buy a copy of this book from the Chocolate Bar website: http://chocolatebarbook.com/store Enjoy!

  • Barbara Anderson

    I am so inspired not only by this boy, but by his parents that supported him to reach his dream! By the way, how do you order this book?????

  • becky jaine

    This is so inspiring... SO CHOCOLATE BAR! the power of one child's love and creativity to help his friend, and the power of community to rally around in support. Beautiful!

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  • You can help! Visit their website to find out how you can get involved.
  • Find more inspiration in the stories and actions of other youngsters at Kids are Heros and Inspire My Kids. Explore with some kids you know and see what they come up with.
  • Be the Change and give some of your time and energy (in a small or big way) to a friend of yours who may need a little 'pick me up'.

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