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To Walk With My Brother by Evelyn Thornton
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To Walk With My Brother: A true story of courage, humor and love by Evelyn Thornton
Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I just finished To Walk WIth My Brother - it is a very heartfelt story about growing up in the South in the days of not much if any handicapped products or available items A very easy and wonderful read for anyone who enjoys true stories of challenge and overcoming adversity You will love it!
This is a heartwarming story of true family love and commitment to each other.
To Walk With My Brother
So much courage is shown, not only by Wayne but by the entire family. One person found this helpful. Additionally, he is the author of two novels and numerous nonfiction articles. He lives in Hampton, New Hampshire, with his wife, two dogs, and five cats. Songsmith Jetty House Peter E.
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About The Authors Evelyn Thornton, the highly organized oldest child and second in command to Melba, grew up in the rural community of Carthage, Mississippi. Wayne Thornton had the misfortune of becoming a paraplegic in the early s, at the age of six. This tragedy became the foundation for a life that transcended the limits such a disability might have imposed.
He learned to drive a car, graduated from college and enjoyed a successful career as an accountant until his death in Supported by the love of a close-knit Southern community, Wayne also inspired others to reach their goals. She lets us know just what it was like to walk with her brother. September 26, 6: