This Kid Can Fly

This Kid Can Fly

It's About Ability (not Disability)

Book - 2016 | First edition.
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Aaron Philip's memoir chronicles his journey from happy baby in Antigua to confident teen artist in New York City. His stories of triumph--despite physical difficulties, poverty, and other challenges--are as inspiring as they are eye-opening.
Publisher: New York, NY : Balzer + Bray, [2016]
Edition: First edition.
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9780062403544
0062403540
Branch Call Number: J 362.43 PHI
Characteristics: 179 pages :,illustrations ;,22 cm
Additional Contributors: Bolden, Tonya

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Liber_vermis
Nov 23, 2016

Aaron Philips' well-being and 'success' comes from the hard work, dedication and sacrifice of his father Petrone Philip; and the seemingly endless stream of "angels" who provide assistance in many ways over the 15 years chronicled. Many readers would have benefited from a Glossary of Abbreviations. Although the publisher claims the book is appropriate for ages 6-12, the language level may be challenging. I look forward to the sequel. Aaron emphasizes the importance of ramps and elevators in schools and transit facilities and vehicles in order to aid mobility.

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Nov 23, 2016

This is Aaron Philip's memoir (assisted by ghostwriter Tonya Bolen) of his extraordinary journey from happy baby in Antigua to confident teen artist in New York City. His honest, often funny stories of triumph - despite physical difficulties, poverty, and other challenges - are inspiring as they are eye-opening. [flyleaf]

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