When a young boy finds out he has cancer, he learns a lot right away. He learns that cancer is something you fight, and that cancer isn’t anyone’s fault—especially not his. He discovers that many things change with cancer, but some of the most important things stay the same. He also learns that having cancer is easier when everyone around him wants to help him fight.
<p>Catherine Stier has worked as a professional writer for more than sixteen years and has published hundreds of articles and stories. She is the author of <em>If I Were President, If I Ran for President, Today on Election Day, </em> and <em>When a Kid Like Me Fights Cancer.</em> She lives in Southwest Texas with her husband and two children.</p>