Teenage author launches children’s picture book about amputation


Kale Sudhoff, 17-year-old author

On a mission to inspire children to thrive, no matter what adversity they face

Obstacles are what we see when we take our eyes off the goal.

— Kale Sudhoff

BUFFALO, NY, USA, May 3, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — DANNY and Kevin Conquer Camping is a book that is likely to see parents, especially those with children with special needs, flocking to bookstores to not to miss a copy. However, the question in the minds of many readers is what is so special about this book?

Danny and Kevin Conquer Camping is a unique book. Written by 17-year-old Kale Sudhoff, it targets kids between kindergarten and grade 2, especially those with amputation disabilities to inspire them. He wrote this book to show children that no matter the circumstances, they can achieve anything they want. In the book, it’s spring, and Danny and his best friend Kevin are ready for some fun. After Kevin goes through an unexpected farm accident, he is no longer himself. Determined to make him feel better, Danny takes Kevin camping. Will he be able to cheer him up, or will the Kevin he knew be gone forever?

Kale Sudhoff is a junior at Celina High School. Kale loves art and enjoys drawing and sculpting animals. This is where he draws his passion as an author. Kale participates in golf and athletics at school and enjoys fishing and hanging out with his friends in his spare time. Kales says her favorite part of creating the book was doing the illustrations.

We asked him if he had any professional ties, and Kale replied, “I don’t since I’m not 18 yet. But you can access my book via https://bit.ly/Conquer-Camping”.

What distinguishes his book from others? Kale said it was a mission book. He wants to be remembered for showing children that no matter their situation, they can do whatever they want. “Obstacles are what we see when we take our eyes off the goal,” Kale says emphatically.

Kale says he wants kids reading this book to know what it means to be a true friend, and even if bad things happen, they can still achieve anything.

Kale hopes to market this book as a mission for people who have lost a limb and, if possible, be able to sell it locally and to groups that focus on amputees.

The young author says he wants to work as an author and illustrator for other children’s books with the help of his publisher, ImagineWe Publishers.

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