How it feels to live with a physical disability

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Simon & Schuster, 1992 - Health & Fitness - 176 pages
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A candid, inspiring gift of hope in photographs and in the words of 12 courageous children--the fifth book in the award-winning How It Feels series. Krementz reveals the hopes, fears, and indomitable spirit of children with physical disabilities, including blindness, dwarfism, cerebral palsy, paralysis, and missing limbs. 50 photographs.

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Krementz's latest book and fifth in the series "How It Feels . . . '' (e.g., How It Feels To Fight for Your Life , LJ 10/15/89), is a compilation of stories from 12 young people, ranging in age from ... Read full review

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Krementz is an acclaimed photojournalist.