The Little Red Wagon

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AuthorHouse, 2003 - Fiction - 468 pages
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She was relentless in trying to get her son to be whole. The trouble she had in finding the right schools, the constant doctor visits, the endless way she tried to make him fit in, filled their lives from his youth to manhood. The countless brick walls encountered in fighting the red tape of the education system never seemed to dissuade her from fighting for her son. This mother's fortitude emerges as the focus as she overcomes bureaucratic indifference and ideas of construed hostility towards her son. This book is a chronological description of a mother, family, and her disabled child as they journey through life confronting these challenges.

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