Macy Coad, 5, hugs her thermal bear, that she’s named “Princess Plums.” Macy has Juvenile arthritis and must take a large amount of medication and weekly shots to keep it under control. Book of Dreams readers are asked to donate money to buy backpacks that the local Arthritis Foundation will give to children afflicted with Juvenile arthritis. The backpacks contain educational material and special thermal bears which are stuffed animals that heat up in the microwave and help ease the pain for children.
Macy Coad, 5, hugs her thermal bear, that she’s named “Princess Plums.” Macy has Juvenile arthritis and must take a large amount of medication and weekly shots to keep it under control. Book of Dreams readers are asked to donate money to buy backpacks that the local Arthritis Foundation will give to children afflicted with Juvenile arthritis. The backpacks contain educational material and special thermal bears which are stuffed animals that heat up in the microwave and help ease the pain for children. Autumn Payne apayne@sacbee.com
Macy Coad, 5, hugs her thermal bear, that she’s named “Princess Plums.” Macy has Juvenile arthritis and must take a large amount of medication and weekly shots to keep it under control. Book of Dreams readers are asked to donate money to buy backpacks that the local Arthritis Foundation will give to children afflicted with Juvenile arthritis. The backpacks contain educational material and special thermal bears which are stuffed animals that heat up in the microwave and help ease the pain for children. Autumn Payne apayne@sacbee.com

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