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Run, Don't Walk

Run Don t Walk The last thing Samantha wanted when she entered Scot High School was to be noticed On the other hand Johnny Jay another wheelchair student at Scot was a fighter battling to obtain accessible schoo

  • Title: Run, Don't Walk
  • Author: Harriet May Savitz
  • ISBN: 9780595003464
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Paperback
  • The last thing Samantha wanted when she entered Scot High School was to be noticed On the other hand, Johnny Jay, another wheelchair student at Scot, was a fighter, battling to obtain accessible school washrooms for the both of them To Johnny s consternation, Sam refuses to help in his cause.To Sam s astonishment, the marathon committee refuses her entrance in a 26 mileThe last thing Samantha wanted when she entered Scot High School was to be noticed On the other hand, Johnny Jay, another wheelchair student at Scot, was a fighter, battling to obtain accessible school washrooms for the both of them To Johnny s consternation, Sam refuses to help in his cause.To Sam s astonishment, the marathon committee refuses her entrance in a 26 mile marathon because of her wheelchair It was only then that she began to see the frustrations Johnny felt She was rudely bolted out of her dream world and into action in Run, Don t Walk Nominated for the 1983 84 California Young Reader Medal An ABC After School Special produced by Henry Winkler Author Biography Harriet May Savitz is the author of move than 20 books for children and young adults, and winner of the Outstanding Pennsylvania Author Award She is the co founder of the Philadelphia Children s Reading Round Table.

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    1. Published in 1979, this book does not use people first language, and it's heartening to see how far disability rights has come. I enjoyed both the story and the writing style, and I'm impressed with Savitz's ability to write about social issues, differing opinions, and personal struggles all in one slim volume.

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