A Dad from Isleham in Cambridgeshire who lost his leg eleven years ago has written a book to educate children about amputees and disabilities.
Leigh Joy-Staines came up with the idea to help answer the many questions his children were getting from friends about his leg, which he lost when he was 20 after an operation on his foot went wrong.
Leigh and his wife Emma looked for a book to help explain and when they couldn't find one, they wrote it themselves.
'A Day Out With Speedy' tells the true story of a family adventure at a theme park with Leigh and his mobility scooter.
The book is aimed at children aged four to six, particularly those who have an amputee relative.
It's hoped more literature will be published telling children the stories of other amputees. They want it to support families where a member has lost a limb.
Leigh and Emma want children to grow up knowing that it doesn't make any real difference to who they are inside.
The book is the first in a series and is based on real stories from their Bury St Edmunds charity Steel Bones.
- Watch our report by Matthew Hudson here