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by Mary Haakenson Perry

  • Author: Mary Haakenson Perry
  • ISBN: 189069214X
  • ISBN13: 978-1890692148
  • ePub: 1705 kb | FB2: 1984 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Regional U.S.
  • Publisher: Wizard Works (November 2004)
  • Pages: 160
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 342
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Onward, Crispy Shoulders! ePub download

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This book tells the story of Jim Haakenson, an individual with Down syndrome, growing up in the midst of a large family in the small town of Anchor Point.

This book tells the story of Jim Haakenson, an individual with Down syndrome, growing up in the midst of a large family in the small town of Anchor Point, Alaska. I grew up next door to Jim and moved away many years ago but reading the book from thousands of miles away brought back a flood of memories of Jim and his family who were all so kind and patient. This book should give hope and encouragement to families with children of any physical or mental challenge.

The Writings of Mary Haakenson Perry "Onward, Crispy Shoulders! is filled with discoveries of human resiliency, strength, innocence, humor and tenderness. It will deeply touch readers' hearts.

The Writings of Mary Haakenson Perry. it's better you think of her as dead already. So Esther's mother was told when Esther was born in 1920, nearly two months prematurely. Onward, Crispy Shoulders! is filled with discoveries of human resiliency, strength, innocence, humor and tenderness. said she couldn't put the book down. Take a look at everything else she said in this article.

Esther’s daughter, Mary Perry has written Onward, Crispy Shoulders! An Extraordinary Life with an Extra Chromosome about the life of her brother, Jim. Her second book, A Lot to Be Thankful For, The Story of Esther Haakenson will be released later this year. To find out more about these great books go to ww. ireweedtales. Eight years ago, Dana Jaworski and her husband moved from West Texas to Anchor Point, Alaska. Dana is a graduate of Abilene Christian University with a degree in Political Science.

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This book tells the story of Jim Haakenson, an individual with Down syndrome, growing up in the midst of a large family in the small town of Anchor Point, Alaska. It is an inspiring, heartwarming story of Jim's life, and how he overcame prejudices and preconceptions about people with disabilities.
Forey
This warm hearted true story, written by the younger sister of the main character, is easy & engaging reading; a biography that will give the reader a new appreciation for the attributes of, & the challenges faced by, a person who has Down Syndrome. Also highlighted are the love & wisdom of his family & friends, as they help him to meet those challenges in a positive manner.
Ziena
This beautiful, often light-hearted story shows us that we "normal" folks don't have all the answers when it comes to ways of living a full and satisfying life. He simply took each day as it came along and dealt with whatever it had to give, and only saw the good side of the people he met along the way.
Vareyma
Onward Crispy Shoulders is truly inspiring for every audience. Having a daughter with Down syndrome, I was interested, but after reading it and telling others about it, they all wanted to read it! They found it's content to be very beneficial not only for parents of children with Down syndrome but other disabilities as well. Don't ever give up hope my friends.
Fek
Beside being a wonderful account of the life of Jim Haakenson and his family, this book sets the reader into the lives of homesteaders in Alaska and their unique lifestyle. It leaves one in awe of what these folks accomplished in their daily life as well as the raising of Jim into a very capable employee, and responsible adult who was well known and loved in the community.

Jim is a rich character and fun to read about. This is a well written, very interesting book, and definitely encouraging to any family raising a child with these kind of challenges.
Kagrel
I grew up next door to Jim and moved away many years ago but reading the book from thousands of miles away brought back a flood of memories of Jim and his family who were all so kind and patient. This book should give hope and encouragement to families with children of any physical or mental challenge. There are lessons to be learned about the amazing things that can be accomplished by extremely loving and talented people with disabilities. If you haven't read this book and are thinking about it, you won't be disappointed. Mary really brings Jim's life into a light that mostly only "locals" were able to appreciate. It is a testament to his parent's love as well. The definition of family can be found here.
Quinthy
This book was recommended by our daughter, mother of a Downs son, who knows the author. I expected to read a knowledgable, thoughtfully written book -- what I hadn't expected was top-grade writing, humor and a wonderful witness to family acceptance and faith. A truly inspiring story.
Drelalen
I worked with Jim for quite a few years. He was a wonderful person. The kids at the school loved him. He was a great.

His sister has done a wonderful work.

Marjorie
This is a truly inspring tale of a family that not only homesteaded in Alaska, but raised a child with Down's Syndrome with little help from anyone else. The Haakensons had 6 other children, but managed to raise them all, including Jim with Down's Syndrome, to be contributing citizens with strong Christian values. The book was written by their daughter, Mary, after Jim died in 2001. This is a book anyone should read, and especially anyone with a Down's child in their family.
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