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Characters ñ This Kid Can Fly ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¸ [EPUB] ✻ This Kid Can Fly Author Aaron Philip – Horticulturetrader.co.uk In this incredibly moving and inspiring memoir Aaron Philip a fourteen year old with cerebral palsy shows how he isn’t defined so much by his disability as he is by his abY who created the cartoon Adventure TimeHe’s appeared in a documentary filmHe’s a disability activist who’s been on televisionHe’s a kawaii dude who loves animeAnd he’s a This Kid eBook #209 fourteen year old boy with cerebral palsyThis kid can’t walk but he can. Aaron Philips and his family are from Antigua in the Caribbean When his parents found out that he had cerebral palsy they had tough choices to make These choices led his mother to bring him to New York in order to receive better care and soon his mother and father switched places with his father becoming his main caregiver In his memoir Aaron outlines how hard it has been for him and his family physically emotionally socially and financially In addition to this though He highlights all the help that he has received in his young life from those who he now dubs his “Angels” Through these angels not only has he had his necessities cared for but he has also made connections with many professionals and creative types that have given him many opportunities to advocate for people with disabilities and to express himself creativelyThis book really feels like it was written by a 14 year old which is a good thing that hopefully means his co writer didn’t overshadow his thoughts However the freuent use of acronyms and Japanese words makes it hard for the casual reader to continue on without saying “what did that mean again” and then have to go back and find the term and re read In addition since his slogan for the book is “It’s About Ability Not Disability” I would have really liked to see in pictures and words a little detail about what he has achievedAll that being said though it is a fine autobiography that feels genuine and real I think that it is a really accessible story that will help students with disabilities feel empowered and those without disabilities to be empathetic I recommend this book for children grades 5 8

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In this incredibly moving and inspiring memoir Aaron Philip a fourteen year old with cerebral palsy shows how he isn’t defined so much by his disability as he is by his abilitiesAaron Philip is no ordinary kidHe started his own Tumblr AaronverseHe’s hung out with the gu. I was very excited to see this book come into my library and through reading it I gained some insight into what it's like having cerebral palsy what it's like to navigate the world with a wheelchair and what it must be like to parent a child with different needsWhen reading the book I did wonder how much Aaron wrote and how much his co author wrote trying to write in his voice I thought it was written by an adult trying to inhabit a younger voice which felt odd to me At times it felt like reading acknowledgements listing the first and last names of the people who helped in various situations To me as an adult it took away from the narrative of the book and I feel it would make an average kid have an even harder time staying focused on the story Aaron's life is full of dramatic challenges and has a very hopeful positive message it would be an amazing novel or movie

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This Kid Can FlyFly Aaron Philip’s memoir chronicles his extraordinary journey from happy baby in Antigua to confident teen artist in New York City His honest often funny stories of triumph despite physical difficulties poverty and other challenges are as inspiring as they are eye openi. Very inspiring and disabilities awareness raising book Aaron Philip has serious mobility issues and portrays the real struggles he faces daily with honesty and humor His memoir accomplishes two things it destroys stereotypes one may have about people with physical disabilities and it makes you much understanding of the needs of people with disabilities especially physical and makes you want to go do something really helpful like donate money advocate for accessibility improvements everywhere or donate time to help someone who is a caretaker to have a break every now and then I and my Battle of the Books students really like Aaron and he inspires us to make our voices heard like he has with his blogwebsite I recommend this to upper elementary students and middle school students especially but I was positively impacted as well