Although Wyatt Shield is only six years old, he is already a published author. Born with a medical condition called polydactyly, the young boy from Kansas wrote a book with message on how love and acceptance. He had 12 fingers in total, six for each hand. The extra digits were removed and his primary thumb surgically straightened at the age of one at Shriners Children's Hospital. His book is entitled, "Wyatt's Big Adventures with Shriners," written and published with the hlep of his parents. "Their abilities may just be different," says Amanda Shield, Wyatt's mother. "So love them for who they are, and they will shine and surprise you every single day." The book features rhyming couplets, talking about what is like being born with 12 fingers and the experiences he went through.