They'll Remember Our Son
This book is the biography of Danny, diagnosed with Down Syndrome, and all the people whose lives he has touched. It begins with his most exciting competition in the demanding sport of gymnastics - the 1987 International Special Olympics. It continues with the first day of his life, the first year, then it chronicles various types of events such as his adventures wearing a tuxedo. In each chapter, the reader learns that Danny teaches us all what is really important - living life and accepting whatever it sends us in a way that makes people remember him.
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