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After a 10-year-old boy is stricken with polio, he must wear braces on his legs and walks with a limp. He becomes sad and depressed because he can no longer participate in the activities that used to bring him joy. On top of that, bullies pick on him and make fun of him because of his disability. But when the boy learns that Franklin Delano Roosevelt also has polio and yet he is running for president, the boy is inspired to stand up to the bullies and run for student government.
About the Author
Danny Kravitz is an Emmy award-winning writer, songwriter, and a professor of screenwriting at Columbia College in Chicago. He has written for TV, film, and print media. A lover of history and the stories contained within, Danny combines his passion for storytelling with the amazing facts of the past. He is also a sports and nature enthusiast. He resides in Chicago, Illinois.
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