This is a heart warming story about a group of courageous trauma survivor kids in a Russian hospital and how they deal with their individual recovery.
The author Irina Yasina also gives a detailed world history of how differently-abled people were medically treated and socially abused and ostracized, as well how in modern times social organizations developed to help the differently-abled to integate better into society. This is an book important for all people, not just the differently-abled. The book stresses the importance of understanding the value of each person’s life and how to humanely treat people that have survived tragic accidents. Even the healthiest, strongest and most beautiful individuals may one day find themselves in major life-changing and unfavorable circumstances, so we should all develop a greater capacity for one of our best and most natural human features–compassion.
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