Donald Fray is a mentally challenged fifth grader whose only protectors from the neighborhood bullies are his mother, whom he lovingly refers to as, "Ma," his brother, Bin, and his sister, Georgie. He's spent his entire childhood being punched, kicked, verbally abused, and chased all around by every kid in the neighborhood, just because he's different, and he can't see why. As his mother calls it, he's "blind." It isn't until an old neighbor, Mr. Oplar, takes him under his wing that he begins to see the world in a way that he's never seen it before.
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About the Author
Alexander Jacob Neuschotz was born on September 14, 2000 to Sondra Neuschotz. He has an older sister, Leah Neuschotz, and a twin sister, Sarah Neuschotz. Alexander began writing simple short stories in first grade, but he never published anything until the summer of 2015, when he finished, "Red Angel."