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It was a teacher, not a doctor who first told Tiffanie DiDonato that she was a dwarf: "She pulled me in the middle of the classroom, sat me on egg creates and said, 'I don't know what kind of disease you have, but obviously you're a dwarf. Why don't you tell me what you can and can't do." Tiffanie seemed to take that request as a challenge; much of her life since day has been attempting to see how she could stretch her abilities—sometimes literally. Her memoir describes her uphill, often painful struggles to gain independence: "I was thinking ahead into the future. I wanted to get married. I wanted to drive." An inspiring story of a woman to whom we can all look up. A trade paperback and NOOK Book original.