This book will amaze you at what Michael was able to accomplish even while he was a boy despite his blindness. He shares how his parents supported him and loved him so much that they would not send him to a home for the blind even when they were told when Michael was just weeks old that he was hopelessly and incurably blind. Instead they treated him as a normal son and again, you will be amazed at what he was able and encouraged to do, not only as a young boy, but later as a college student.
This book should encourage you to try to do what others say you can not do. It will educate you on the training of guide dogs and how special they are. It will involve you in the events of 9/11. But hopefully it will also open your eyes that blind people want to be accepted as normal, just like you and me.
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