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Abby Brackett

Nellie and Ellie's Adventures

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Nellie and Ellie's
Hospital Adventures

Hi! My name is Nellie. I am 5 years old. I have Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, which means I have lots of hospital adventures. My adventures can be very interesting. I think it is because Ellie, my pet elephant, always comes with me. This adventure is about a trick I use to help make my hospital stays just a little bit easier. I've learned a lot along the way, and I can't wait to tell you all about it. My teacher, Mrs. Humble-Bee, tells me there is always something new to learn. I hope you join me on my adventures, then we can learn together. Adventures are always better with good friends!


About the Author

Abigail is a biochemistry student who plans to pursue a Master's degree in Biochemical Engineering. She is the Founder and Director of Maine's Pageantry Pillow Talk and Women's Conference, holding seminars that focus on empowering women.


Abigail is no stranger to Pageantry, holding the Current Title of International Miss American Woman of Service and former Miss Maine Sweetheart American Women of Service, Miss Maine Yawos, and Miss Congeniality for the Miss Maine Teen USA system.


She is a published author, and chemical research intern, having held positions at two respected universities. She is a member of the AAUW and as a stem Ambassador providing STEM-related educational seminars for high school students.

Abigail serves as Director and Vice President for the CHD Tablet Talk program, serving children with CHD in the hospital who are experiencing lengthy hospital stays. 


Abigail is a fan of the arts, having won several state Jazz championships which include jazz soloist awards. She has also served as a member of the BSYO. She spends most of her time working on steam-related projects, and empowering women through various platforms.


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