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Author Newman, Magdalena, author.
Title Normal : one kid's extraordinary journey / by Magdalena and Nathaniel Newman with Hilary Liftin ; illustrated by Neil Swaab.
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 Tighe School-Biography  BC NEW    AVAILABLE
Edition Young Readers' edition.
Description 327 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Audience Ages 10+
Grades 7 to 8.
Summary "Normal. Who is to say what this word means? For Magda Newman, it was a goal. She wanted her son Nathaniel to be able to play on the playground, swim at the beach, enjoy the moments his friends took for granted. But Nathaniel's severe Treacher Collins syndrome -- a craniofacial condition -- meant that other concerns came first. Could he eat without the aid of a gastrointestinal tube? Could he hear? Would he ever be able to breathe effortlessly? But Nathaniel looks at 'normal' from a completely different perspective. In this uplifting and humorous memoir that includes black-and-white comic illustrations, mother and son tell the story of his growing up -- from facing sixty-seven surgeries before the age of fifteen, to making friends, moving across the country, and persevering through hardships. How they tackle extraordinary circumstances with love and resilience is a true testament to Magda and Nathaniel's family, and to families everywhere who quietly but courageously persist."-- Provided by publisher.
Subject Newman, Nathaniel -- Juvenile literature.
Newman, Magdalena -- Juvenile literature.
Facial bones -- Abnormalities -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
Mandibulofacial dysostosis -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
Genetic disorders -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
Mothers and sons -- Juvenile literature.
Families -- Washington (State) -- Seattle -- Juvenile literature.
Seattle (Wash.) -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
Added Author Newman, Nathaniel, author.
Liftin, Hilary, author.
Swaab, Neil, illustrator.
ISBN 9781328631831 hardcover
1328631834 hardcover
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