With your support, Ben raised £60,000 to pay for his life changing operation, post-op physiotherapy and rehabilitation.
Ben is 10 years old and lives in Sheringham, Norfolk.
Selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) is an operation used to improve spasticity (muscle stiffness) in cerebral palsy.
This excessive stiffness in Ben's leg muscles has impaired his ability to learn to walk.
Spasticity causes pain, and, over time, shortening of muscles and tendons, joint contractures and bone deformities.
Ben decided that he wanted to help fund the operation that will change his life. So he wrote a book. Not just any book. This book has a magical and fantastical storyline.
Tom's Dangerous Magical Adventure
Once upon a time there was a boy called Tom, who was a wheelchair user. Tom discovers something amazing. But the Robo Green Grasshopper (who is the ultimate baddie) traps Tom.
What will become of him?