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    Just days after stepping on an IED and losing both legs, Cody was visited in Germany by members of the 2011 USO Holiday Tour.  From l-r are actress Minka Kelly, American Idol winner Jordin Sparks, retired NBA player Robert Horry, and comedian “Nephew Tommy.”Buy Now
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    Technology in prostheses is limited for injuries such as Cody’s. His wheelchair remains his day-to-day reality.  A fully adaptive home would increase his mobility and make everything within the home accessible to him. (photo: May 2012, Walter Reed Hospital, Bethesda, MD)Buy Now
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    Now medically retired, L. Cpl Cody Evans lives with his service dog, Willie, and his mother, Regina Evans. His biggest dream is to have his own specially adapted home to increase his mobility and level of independence.    Buy Now
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    The nonprofit organization, A Soldier’s Journey Home, is in the planning stages of building an adaptive home for Cody and Willie (rt). To help the real-life Ruby (lf) raise funds for Cody’s adaptive home, order a set of the Super Bouv Series today!Buy Now
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Speed Art by Maegan Penley

This video clip shows the creation of a scene from Ruby and Her New Family, the first book in the Super Bouv Series. Artist Maegan Penley makes the art process look so easy with her high level of skill, but hours and hours of meticulously detailed work went into creating just this one page.

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