Mi Cerebro No Va a Salir Flotando
Eight-year-old Annie gathers the courage to ask her mother, “Why is one of my hands smaller than the other? Why do I fall so much?” What follows is a story of fears, will, self-discovery, and triumph. An autobiographical account of growing up with hydrocephalus, told with humor, honesty, and compassion, proving even the simplest act can change one's life forever. A beautifully illustrated bilingual book dealing with acceptance and independence, perfect for schools or libraries.
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