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Invincible Spirit Jonathan's Journey
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Invincible Spirit Jonathan's Journey

This book is about a family who have had to adapt their lives to include a boy with Down syndrome, with all its challenges and joys.

This book is about a family who have had to adapt their lives to include a boy with Down syndrome, with all its challenges and joys. Liz Wickins shares the story of her son Jonathan and through it helps to answer the question asked by many parents of children with disabilities - 'Can I love this child?'

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