Don't Stop the Music

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Abingdon Press, 1986 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 140 pages
An action-packed adventure showing how persons with handicaps can contribute positively to the community.

Joe and Jessica, two teens with cerebral palsy, become key elements in cracking an auto-theft ring.

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About the author (1986)

Robert is widely known for his work on behalf of people with disabilities. In 1968 he received a Rosemary Dybwad International Award, enabling him to travel and study attitudes toward people with disabilities throughout Sweden and Denmakr. In 1987 he and Martha Perske shared the Healing Community Arts & Letters Award at the United Nations in New York. The Perskes have collaborated on two major reports to U.S. presidents: Mental Retardation: The Leading Edge, for President Carter; and, in cooperation with others, Mental Retardation: Century of Decision, for President Nixon.

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