by Steve Driver.
Meet Joshua, a spirited 21st-century kid whose life takes a thrilling turn when he gets his sleek, metallic green wheelchair. With newfound freedom and confidence, he discovers the true meaning of independence. This beautifully illustrated book celebrates the power of belief and determination, encouraging readers to embrace differences and reach for the stars.
Author's note on Achondroplasia
About one in 25,000 people are born with achondroplasia. People with achondroplasia have a normal sized trunk but short legs and arms. The condition mainly affects the growth of the upper arms and thighs. Other signs include a prominent forehead, a sunken nose, crowded teeth and a protruding jaw. The average height of a person with achondroplasia is around four feet.
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