Pearl Spots a Friend


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Written by Cheyanne Perry Suarez of  Hospital Princess.

Illustrated by Daniel Butler

About this Book:

Pearl is a pufferfish who loves to swim, but she is not an ordinary fish. After learning about her illness, she is teased and taunted by the other kids at school. Find out how a new friend, with a similar diagnosis, proves that although they are not ordinary (like all the other fish) they sure can be EXTRAordinarily unique! Together they conquer their limitations and find new ways to race through the things they love to do.

About the Author:

Cheyanne Perry Suarez was born and raised in the sunny state of Florida. She currently resides in the state of South Carolina where she graduated with a bachelor's degree in psychology from North Greenville University.

She was diagnosed with mast cell activation syndrome and its comorbid (occurring at the same time) conditions in her early teen years. Despite her medical challenges, she strives to live her life as fully as possible and has made it her mission to encourage others to do the same. Pearl Spots A Friend was written in honor of the treasured friendships that make this journey a little easier.


Product Details:

  • Purpose: Mast Cell Disorder Awareness
  • ISBN: 978-1946512383
  • Reading Level: 2nd - 5th grade
  • Age Range: 7 - 11-years-old
  • Paperback: 48 pages
  • Dimensions: 5.06 x 0.12 x 7.81 inches
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: ImagineWe Publishers

Other Books by Cheyanne: 

Cheyanne's second published book (2022) is called Hospital Princess. It raises awareness about Pediatric Hospitalization and illnesses.

Ella dreams of becoming a beautiful princess and the hospital might be her castle. Along the way, she meets friends who are similar and different than she is. She learns to find the beauty in our bodies despite hospital gowns, insulin pumps, and more.

Purchase Hospital Princess by visiting this link: 

Hospital Princess

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