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This book taught me a lot of useful information that I did not know about those who have disabilities. I must say, I have a newfound respect for individuals with disabilities. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jay Paul
And above all moving, moving in the sense that it makes you want to move mountains ,create and contribute to movements, make voices of all sorts expand our moral imagination and... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Eva F. Kittay
For many years, I always found a way to work ms. Johnson's NYTimes article into my college classroom. And then there was the year I didn't - and ended up in a power chair myself. Read morePublished 13 months ago by maryann p. hobbie
I love the sarcasm of the author within this book. Truly the best story to share with people who need a bit of insight.Published 19 months ago by Cyanow90
pretty interesting book. needed it for school and it was actually an interesting read. Highly recommend it. Not a boring life story but actually very intriguing.Published 23 months ago by Chris B.
I came across this book of autobiographical essays when I was trying to learn more about the experience of living with cerebral palsy. Read morePublished on November 6, 2013 by Alan Venable
I picked up this book on recommendation thinking it would be "important" to read. The title sounded a little too serious for me and yet seemed... Read more
Harriet McBryde Johnson is funny, truthful and informative in this book about both muscular dystrophy and the disability rights movement. Read morePublished on February 9, 2013 by Kat Quentin