A Boy Called Hopeless: A David Melton Novel

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Landmark Editions, 1986 - Juvenile Fiction - 231 pages
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Fifteen-year-old Mary Jane describes her family's reactions when they discover that her younger brother is brain injured and their decision to participate in a program of rehabilitation together.

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Review: A Boy Called Hopeless: A David Melton Novel

User Review  - Nicki - Goodreads

Interesting book about raising a special needs child ("brain injured", probably now would qualify as CP). Written from the perspective of his sister. An interesting read and enjoyable- especially ... Read full review

Review: A Boy Called Hopeless: A David Melton Novel

User Review  - Laura Chambers - Goodreads

I read this when I was in 3rd grade, I think - I barely remember it but I think it was good. Read full review

Contents

The Announcement
13
NamedThen Born
19
Almost Too Good
22
Copyright

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About the author (1986)

This children's book which I've written has brought me much joy. I hope this book becomes a teaching & learning tool for all young readers. I thank God for the support of my wife Crystal B. Melton.

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