Brian Wu, a 7th year MD/PhD, is on track to finishing his PhD in 2014 and has a goal to becoming a Sports Medicine Physician with a focus on holistic care and treatment.
The idea for writing the Storybook Illustrated Guides first occurred to Brian as a fifth grader, when he wrote a story "Wacky Olympics and Body Wars", which is a personification of the immune system and how our bodies fight disease. Since then, the idea has matured over the years and the result is nothing short of astonishing. Brian has created a revolutionary series of books that raises the bar where children’s health education is concerned. There’s nothing else like the SIGuides on the market today.
Brian believes children should understand medical conditions they acquire, so that they can take good care of themselves and lead full lives. He has a way of writing about complex medical topics at a level that children comprehend. Brian understands the value of empowering children with diseases, enabling them to play an active role in their own treatment and recovery process.
Brian values the ability for all ages to learn from the power of stories. He has the passion to share his love of science and medicine through these stories with the world. The power of storytelling stems from the fact that stories can teach without overbearing. Learning comes naturally when engaging both logical and creative sides of the brain. The facts surrounding each disease appeal to the logical side, making the story engaging and the learning fun. Brian knows that if he can help even a single person then the project will be well worth it.
Brian’s interests include writing and entrepreneurship. He is married and loves his wife dearly.
Contact Brian Wu at email@example.com
More information on Brian can be found at http://www.brianwwu.com
Disease can be a difficult thing to cope with no matter what your age, but it is especially difficult for children who may not have the intellectual framework to fully understand what’s going on inside them. It can also be extremely trying for the parents and caregivers because no one wants to see a child suffer. That’s what makes our SIGuides so important. They fill a need that’s not being met by anything else on the market. Yes, there are books written for adults about caring for sick children. Yes, there’s plenty of material about every disease known to man on the web, but there’s no other resource available that puts the details about the disease in the context of a children’s story to make it accessible to the kids with the condition and explains it to them in language they can understand and in a way that they can relate to.
My Wizard Buddy series collection—a magic and exciting trilogy that guarantees lots of fun and powerful messages to children aged seven to thirteen. This unique series blends eye-popping fantasy along with valuable coming-of-age lessons. Prepare yourself to experience a magic adventure!
When you are not an athletic person, every physical activity becomes your enemy, and Susie, being the chubby, black-haired girl she was, dreaded—even hated—the gym's test. After a terrible episode taking that test, Susie decides that it's necessary to change her life habits and start losing weight. Will Susie succeed in her path to a healthier life?
If you were to see Molly and Liam walking down the street, you would never guess Molly's protectiveness over her baby brother. Even when Liam is only one year younger, Molly takes as her special mission to look out for her sweet, quiet sibling, who also happens to be autistic. However, sometimes protectiveness can go wrong, and Molly finds herself in trouble for trying to defend Liam.
In this story, you'll join not only a clever character that knows how to save your day, but the world's greatest spy. A spy that perceives if you feel scared or happy about something, that knows when you're lying and has a complete army under his command. Join the world's greatest spy to a journey in your nervous system!
At the summer camp, Joe finds himself with a strange tummy growl. He goes to the infirmary, and is diagnosed with Celiac Disease. He is now faced with an unknown foe: the Ce-Monster. However, he is willing to learn about it and fight it with that knowledge. Children who suffer from Celiac Disease learn they can lead regular lives like every other child… and eat many chocolate sandwich cookies!
Estelle has an active and joyful spirit—a winning spirit. While she is playing soccer, she begins to feel dizzy, but she remains positive. However, the dizziness worsens, and Estelle has to be whisked away to the Emergency Room. She is diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes, and although she doesn’t understand at first, she comes to comprehend her condition and how to take care of herself.
Tyler, now 13 years old, has lost his unique friend. Suddenly, he's captured on Earth by an ancient race of galaxy hunters called the Genzi, and must find his own way to escape without the help of Dirk, his wizard buddy. Detained along with fifteen other Earthlings, he must outwit the Genzi as they place dangerous games of skill and agility in his path. Does Dirk find Tyler and save the day?
Prepare yourself to go in a fun and adventurous travel to Adgiligda, the wizard planet! Dirk, Tyler's wizard buddy, has often driven him to distraction even as he amicably conjured feats of incredible magic to help Tyler out of tight spots. Now, both boys are 12 years old, and Dirk has invited Tyler to visit Adgiligda, his own planet. This interplanetary travel guarantees one giant adventure.
An exciting story full of spells, great adventure and friendship. One day, lonely 11-year-old Tyler Dunsmore wishes out loud for a best friend. Not only does his wish come true, but his new best buddy is Dirk, a 11-year-old magical being who is from another world and is unfamiliar with Earth. Prepare to face scary alligator soldiers, defeat a berserk giant octopus, and use lots of magic!