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Category: All Categories: Families and Genealogy: Special Needs Children
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Chalfant, Nancy Boyle  
Child of Grace: A Mother's Life Changed by a Daughter's Special Needs

Publisher: Harold Shaw Publishers Wheaton, IL 1988.
149 pages, a few b/w photos, appendix; 8vo, blue cloth. Near fine; dust jacket very good, creased flap. Serving the antiquarian and used book world since 1980 First Printing Hard Cover

Appr.: | AUD 8.51 CAD 8.60 EUR 5.90 GBP 4.68 JPY 800.00 MXN 100.00 ZAR 84.21 

Purchase direct from: Abstract Books. Item number: 022851.
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Chang, Bethel  
Light Into Dawn - Randy's Miracle
Publisher: Mimosa Ministry, Inc., 1998 Dover, DE.
ISBN: 0966939301 Book. Book condition: Very Good. Trade paperback 12mo - over 6 - 7" tall Bethel Chang was the 1998 Delaware State Mother of the Year. This is the story of raising her "special" son, born with Down's Syndrome. 112 pages. Book is in VERY GOOD condition. Paper wrappes.

Appr.: | AUD 15.96 CAD 16.13 EUR 11.07 GBP 8.77 JPY 1,500.00 MXN 187.50 ZAR 157.89 

Purchase direct from: Lenny's Rare Books. Item number: 003028.
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Chang, Randy  
The Rhythms of Life
Publisher: Mimosa Ministry, Inc., 2004 Smyrna, DE.
ISBN: 0966939328 Book. Book condition: Near Fine. Trade paperback 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall "Randy is a 23-year-old graduate of Chesapeake Bible College where he received a degree of Bachelor in Ministry. He was born with Down's syndrome and is legally blind. Yet, these conditions have not deterred him in his pursuit of academic and musical excellence. His faith is key to his positive attitude toward life. His interest in poetry, combined with his other interests in piano, ministry, and the love of life, has brought him to a new horizon. He has become capable of expressing himself through various forms of the arts, including music, public speaking, and writing..'Miracle is not for my disability to go away; miracle happens when we give ability a chance.' This is Randy's philosophy." 74 pages. Book is in NEAR FINE (almost new) condition. Paper wrappers.

Appr.: | AUD 10.64 CAD 10.75 EUR 7.38 GBP 5.85 JPY 1,000.00 MXN 125.00 ZAR 105.26 

Purchase direct from: Lenny's Rare Books. Item number: 003029.
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Clarke, Louise.  
CAN'T READ, CAN'T WRITE, CAN'T TALK TOO GOOD EITHER: How to Recognize and Overcome Dyslexia in Your Child.
Publisher: Penguin (1974), 7th printing 1982..
ISBN: 0140037675 280p; illustrations; 18cm. Bibliography, Index. Very Good (lightly used; paper lightly tanned). Mass market paperback. Book condition: Very Good.

Appr.: | AUD 2.97 CAD 3.00 EUR 2.06 GBP 1.63 JPY 279.00 MXN 34.88 ZAR 29.37 

Purchase direct from: Canterbury Books. Item number: A2281.
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Cruickshank, William M.  
The Brain-Injured Child in Home, School, and Community.

Publisher: Syracuse University Press, 1972..
Third printing. 294+ pp. Hard Cover. ISBN: brain-injury; brain injury

Appr.: | AUD 4.26 CAD 4.30 EUR 2.95 GBP 2.34 JPY 400.00 MXN 50.00 ZAR 42.11 

Purchase direct from: Albatross Books. Item number: 3668.
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Greenfeld, Josh  

Publisher: Holt Rinehart & Winston New York 1978.
First Edition Hardcover Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Exlibrary with markings. ; Continuing his son's story from age five to eleven, the author describes daily life in the Greenfeld house as the family learns to fully accept the reality of Noah's severe brain damage.; Ex-Lib; 310 pages

Appr.: | AUD 8.51 CAD 8.60 EUR 5.90 GBP 4.68 JPY 800.00 MXN 100.00 ZAR 84.21 

Purchase direct from: Gibson's Books. Item number: 36086.
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Rocheleau, Corinne, and Rebecca Mack  
Those in the Dark Silence: The Deaf-Blind in North America, A Record of Today

Publisher: The Volta Bureau Washington, DC 1930.
169 pages, b/w plates, 8vo, green cloth. Includes number by state with extensive biographical section. Inscribed, signed, dated Oct.2, 1930 by Rebecca Mack. Very good, wear spine ends/corner tips cover, paperclip impression; no dust jacket. Serving the antiquarian and used book world since 1980 Inscribed by the author Hard Cover Ver y Good

Appr.: | AUD 38.30 CAD 38.71 EUR 26.57 GBP 21.05 JPY 3,600.00 MXN 450.00 ZAR 378.95 

Purchase direct from: Abstract Books. Item number: 022614.
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