A Gift of Hope

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Angelus Press, Sep 1, 1997 - Guitarists - 171 pages
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The inspiring story of a young thalidomide victim and talented musician who has gained international recognition. Wonderful reading for anyone--especially those facing seemingly insurmountable difficulties. Eight pages of black and white photos. (Harper & Row)

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A gift of hope: the Tony Melendez story

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The central theme here--that hope endures despite crisis--is standard for the genre, but Melendez's story, from his Nicaraguan birth as an armless "thalidomide baby'' to his musical performance before ... Read full review

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The Papal Kiss
1
In the Beginning
6
The Red Balloon
18
Copyright

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