For every product purchased $ will be donated to the associated cause.

Cause: Autism (ASD)

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AMESPA Children's Treatment & Research Foundation

AMESPA Children's Treatment & Research Foundation

"Changing the World one Child at a time!"The AMESPA (Advanced Medical Education Services Physician's Association) Children's Research and Treatment Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by Dr. Rashid A. Buttar in 2007. It's sole purpose is to help with research and provide treatment for childhood diseases, such as autism and cancer, traditionally considered to have no known cause or cure.

The foundation's goal is to extend the same benefit of choice in treatment for children whose parents are destitute, as well as help provide clinically beneficial outcome based research. 100% of the proceeds are used to provide these benefits.

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Giraffe Sounds?

Giraffe Sounds?

20% of purchase price goes to AMESPA

Description

If a tiger roars, and a bear growls, what sound does a giraffe make? Come take a walk in the remote African jungle and ask one yourself in this festive storybook packed with enough laughter for the entire family. If you want to take a second trip from the jungle to the farm, we suggest you get the second book in the series, Llama Sounds?.

Giraffe Sounds? won a silver medal from the Moonbeam Children's Book Awards in 2009!

Note: Hard cover board book

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Children's Stories That Teach

Address

19620 West Catawba Ave Suite 100
Cornelius NC 28031
Phone: 7045063154
Fax: 7049922272

About Children's Stories That Teach

Debbie Buttar was born and raised in the South Hills of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Debbie currently resides with her husband and their young son, as well as stepson and stepdaughter in Huntersville, No...(more)

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30 Day Return Policy.
Return Phone: 704-506-3154

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