Tate Publishing, Jul 6, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 63 pages
When David's world changed forever, so did Dan's and Mark's. Would things ever be the same? Stuff like this didn't happen to quarterbacks...or did it? All they had was football. And even though football was a great sport, would it be enough to help the brothers overcome their challenge? When Dan realized the power in his football, it gave him the answer in how to triumph over this situation. It showed him how to set himself and his brother free. Follow this courageous family as they cope with a heart-wrenching situation, and the brothers realize that they will always be David's Shield.
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