Kelsey Norris’ book "I Want to Make a Difference" has just been published. It is available to purchase on the Amazon; Barnes and Noble; and Books-A-Million websites. Kelsey is a 7th grade special education student. She has been diagnosed with autism, intellectual disabilities and Rubenstein-Taybi Syndrome. She was found sick and starving in a Russian orphanage when she was 11 months old. She and her mother have worked to overcome many challenges during the past 13 years and, along the way, they have been able to help many other people. Kelsey is very proud of this inspirational book. Order your book today! Currently, Kelsey is a nationally recognized 14 year old advocate, community volunteer, beauty queen, author and athlete. By the time she was in sixth grade, Kelsey has provided over 1,000 volunteer hours and raised more than $25,000 for a wide variety of causes aiding children and others in difficult situations. She has received a Hometown Hero award from the American Red Cross, two Kohl's Kids Care Scholarship Program awards and a National Youth Activist award. She has been named one of the top ten youth volunteers in the nation by the Prudential Spirit of Community award and has received several Presidential Community Service awards signed by the President of the United States. Kelsey has also honored with official resolutions from her local County Commissioners, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal, the Georgia State Senate and the Georgia House of Representatives commending her for her work to support Georgia children who are in crisis and in other difficult circumstances.