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Requesting feedback on book burb - take #2Views: 94
Mar 29, 2006 4:30 am re: re: re: Feedback on book burb - take #2

Glenda Watson Hyatt
Hi everyone,

I think I'm getting closer. This attempt sounds more like what you would read on the backcover, which I was aiming for, I think.

Does this work?:

I'll Do It Myself: A Collection of Memories from a Woman Living with Cerebral Palsy
By Glenda Watson Hyatt

Glenda has cerebral palsy. A lack of oxygen at birth meant she would not be able to walk, her hands would not function well and her speech would be almost impossible to understand, except by a select few. Her parents were advised to institutionalize her. She wouldn't amount to anything, the experts said.

Yet, this gutsy redhead proved them wrong. Glenda was integrated into a regular classroom long before mainstream was a buzzword. She went on to earn the Canada Cord, the highest award in Girl Guides, and the Outstanding Junior Student Award. The girl who could not walk won a gold medal in horseback riding!

How did she do it? Read Glenda's inspiring autobiography I'll Do It Myself: A Collection of Memories from a Woman Living with Cerebral Palsy, due out later this year. Glenda intimately shares her life story to show others cerebral palsy is not a death sentence, but rather a life sentence.

Visit www.BooksbyGlenda.com for more information and to sign up to receive book excerpts monthly and pre-launch specials.

Thanks again.


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