This is easily the most "chocolate bar" story you'll hear today! If that didn't make any sense, don't worry, it will soon. A six-year-old from Los Angeles, Dylan Siegel, has written a book called "Chocolate Bar"

in order to raise money for his seven-year-old friend, Jonah Pournazarian, who suffers from a rare, incurable liver disease. If you buy the book, you quickly realize that "chocolate bar" is Dylan's way of referring to something as awesome. This morning on Fox and Friends, Gretchen Carlson talked to Dylan and Jonah. Dylan said he was "really sad" that Jonah was sick and "wanted to help him." Indeed he has; in fact, the boys said they have raised an amazing $92,000 through sales of the book and chocolate bars donated by Whole Foods. Watch the boys tell their heartwarming story:

If you want to donate to the cause, click here. The funds go to researchers at University of Florida School of Medicine, and the "Chocolate Bar" website states that doctors are close to finding a cure for the disease.


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