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Cerebral Palsy and The Wingmaker Paperback – November 25, 2013
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From the Back Cover
The WingMaker is about a little girl that gave her life so that otherscould grow wings. It is about the beauty gifted to the capable by thechallenged. It is about becoming worthy by becoming aware; first ofoneself and then of others. The little girl, whose name is Reazon, hasCerebral Palsy. She has spent her life in a wheelchair, surrounded bysiblings that play while her mother works. Her dream is to play and be"normal" so that her mother won't have to work so hard. Since Reazon isher mother's reason for the many choices in life, change is not easy toattain. A specialist by the name of Happy-Ness arrives and teaches theart of play and how to use biofeedback for the brain in order torecreate the game. This is a story of discovery that answers thequestion, "Who makes wings? The savior or the saved?" It's the WingMaker of course. This story is true, if you think it can be.
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Top Customer Reviews
There is so much that is told in this story. So much truth and hope.
My teenage sons also enjoy the book, which surprised me. I thought they might think it was too "corny" or something. But the characters feel real, and the story is filled with such adventure, that they were drawn in as well!!
I certainly recommend this book to any family. Especially if you have a special needs loved one, neighbor, or friend. It is also a beautiful gift for anyone dealing with loss, managing to bring hope and life into any heart.