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PR Newswire (October 27, 2017)

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Young patients at Cohen’s Children’s Hospital on Long Island, N.Y. were treated to a purr-fect picture book reading Thursday featuring teen author Taylor Sinett alongside Hockey legend Pat LaFontaine to celebrate the publication of Furry and Fabulous The Life and Times of Taylor Swift’s Cats. All Furry and Fabulous book profits will be donated to Companions in Courage, LaFontaine’s charity which raises money for teen rooms in children’s hospitals. The event was simulcast to 4 other hospitals across the county. (Read more...)


Companions in Courage newsletter (Fall, 2017)

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Port Washington Times (April 7, 2017)

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Port Washington NEws (April 5-11, 2017)

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Port Washington Times (March 24, 2017)

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Kids First magazine

The magazine of Cohen Children's Medical Center featured Taylor's work with the hospital. Click on the images below to view a bigger view to read the articles:


Newsday

Long Island teen Taylor Sinett, 16, of Sands Point recently donated $2,500 to Cohen Children’s Medical Center in New Hyde Park, which she raised through writing a second children’s picture book. Sinett wrote and illustrated “Jack on a Plaque” (East End Press, $15) about a yak named Jack who has a small hoof. He doesn’t let his physical limitation stop him from competing in athletic competitions. (Read more...)


New Hyde Park Herald Courier (February 26, 2016)

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Long Island Magazine

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New Hyde Park, NY – On Tuesday, Feb. 2, children’s book author and illustrator Taylor Sinett, 16, of Sands Point, read her latest book Jack on a Plaque (East End Press, 2016) to patients and presented a check for $2,500 from the early proceeds of book sales to Cohen Children’s Medical Center.

Jack on a Plaque is the story of a young yak named Jack, who learns to overcome the limitations of his physical disability with a positive attitude. During athletic competitions at school, Jack’s small hoof always slows him down and prevents him from winning. But Jack remains determined, and even though he is never able to be the fastest or the strongest, he is consistently the hardest working. He earns the Leader of the Yak Pack title for his perseverance. 


Port Washington News (June 10-16, 2015)

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Newsday

Fifteen-year-old Taylor Sinett from Sands Point will be signing her book Weasel on an Easel at Harborfest in Port Washington on Sunday. (Read more…)


The Patch

Taylor Sinett, a 15-year-old from Sands Point, was so impressed by how her cousin Casey dealt with her chronic illness that she was inspired to write a book.

While suffering from ulcerative colitis, a painful and even humiliating disease, Casey dealt with her condition while keeping a positive outlook on life. (Read more…)


The Schreiber Times

In 2013, freshman Taylor Sinett released her book Weasel on an Easel. Sinett’s story was inspired by a family member’s battle with Crohn’s disease. Sinett was exposed to the constant pain from which her cousin Casey Mintz suffered, and noticed that Mintz never failed to have a smile on her face despite the hardship. 

The idea for her story came from nothing but a small drawing of a weasel that she made at camp. When she gave this picture to her father, he hung it on the wall at his office and no one thought much of it. That was until one of her fa- ther’s patients, a publisher, saw the sketch on the wall and came up with an idea: to make that one illustration of a weasel into something great. Sinett took action, and turned her small piece of artwork into a story. 


Newsday (May 14, 2014)

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Port Washington News (March 26-April 1, 2014)

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Everyday Health

Fourteen-year-old middle school student Taylor Sinett may not seem to have much in common with Dr. Robbyn Sockolow, Director of Gastroenterology and Nutrition at NewYork-Presbyterian Phyllis and David Komansky Center for Children’s Health.

But the two have a very deep connection to diseases that are often overlooked and misunderstood– Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis – and both have given back to the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA) in their own unique and inspiring ways – proving that no matter who you are, where you’re from, or what you do, you can change the world for the better. (Read more…)


Downtown Magazine New York

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Nearly one in every 200 Americans have been diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis or Crohn’s Disease.

To call attention to that grim reality and to people who have overcome their own battles to help support research for treatment and a cure, the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America held its 21st Annual Women of Distinction Luncheon in the Waldorf Astoria Grand Ballroom. (Read more…)


Bergen.com

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America, New York Chapter, hosted its 21st Annual Women of Distinction Awards Luncheon and fashion show at The Waldorf-Astoria Grand Ballroom in New York City yesterday.

The event honored Robbyn E. Sockolow, MD (Director of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Cornell Medical College), with the Woman of Distinction in Medicine award; and Casey Mintz & Taylor Sinett with the Rising Stars award. (Read more…)


Port Washington News

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Thirteen-year-old Taylor Sinett of Harbor Acres in Port Washington made a small art project for her father while away at summer camp. Since then, more than a year later, much devotion has gone into turning this picture into a book to help others. (Read more…)