Delve into the powerful stories of people living with HIV and the dogs who saved them, through striking full-color portraits and personal accounts. Compiled by three well-known leaders in their fieldsfine art dog photographer Jesse Freidin, HIV adolescent specialist Dr. Robert Garofalo, and LGBTQ advocate and journalist Zach StaffordWhen Dogs Heal illustrates a refreshing, beautiful and totally unique portrait of HIV infused with a deep message of hope for young adults.
Changing the narrative surrounding HIV, When Dogs Heal is about love, connection, and survival, featuring all kinds of people who are thriving and celebrating life, thanks to the compassion and unconditional love of their dogs. A portion of the proceeds of this book will go to support Fred Says, an organization dedicated to financially supporting HIV+ teen healthcare.
|Publisher:||Lerner Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
About the Author
Robert Garofalo is a professor of Pediatrics at Northwestern University and physician at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago. He is founder of Fred Says, a non-profit charity that supports HIV+ youth
Zach Stafford is a writer for The Guardian and a cohost of AM2DM by BuzzFeed News. He's based in New York City.
Christina Garofalo is an L.A.-based TV writer and journalist. She's covered travel, food, and culture for more than a dozen publications, including Afar, Huffington Post, Jetsetter, Paste, Resident, Robb Report, and ShermansTravel. Previously, she's served as an editor for ShermansTravel, Robb Report, and Gilt.com. Christina is also the voice of Fred Says on social media.
Jesse Freidin is a fine-art dog photographer whose dog portraits are in private collections throughout the United States and have been exhibited in galleries from coast to coast. He's based in Santa Fe, New Mexico.